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THE MOUND 
1961 






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RACHEL WHOOLERY, Editor 
WILLIAM MITCHELL, Business Manager 
JOANNE M. LEBO, Advisor 
MICHAEL ROMINO, Photographer 
KATHY O'CONNOR, Art Editor 




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College is an emotional, social, and academic renaissance for young people of our 
time. We find it challenging, frustrating, and exhilarating depending upon our attitudes 
and efforts, but primarily upon the inspiration which it provides. 

Upon becoming oriented to the traditions and opportunities which are so much a 
part of Fairmont State College, one becomes increasingly aware that he is constantly 
seeking inspiration from his associates, from his experiences, and from those people 
who are so acutely responsible for the edification and growth of his curriculum. 
Inspiration, an intangible and elusive force for all of us, is most often found and most 
effectively evidenced in the behavior and attitudes of persons whom we admire. 

The challenging and far-reaching influence of Fairmont State College is easily en- 
visioned in the personage of one of the school's most gracious, learned, and respected 
educators — Dean George R. Hunt. In much the same manner that the institution which 
we love provides security and inspiration for our futures, our academic dean enhances 
that institution and thus the planning of our lives, with quality in thinking, stability 
of character, and a truly inspirational attitude toward life's most important decisions 
and activities. 

Known as a man with an understanding personality and highest principles, he is a 
stronghold in the school to which he has contributed many years, many ideas, and 
many far-reaching plans and decisions. 

The site of our college "on the hill" has been the spark of song, story, and the 
realization in the minds of many that college is, in truth, a quest for the highest quality 
of knowledge and growth. In recognition of the prestige, forthrightness and honest 
interest he has conscientiously exhibited and because he, like Fairmont State College 
holds a "high" place in the hearts of the students, we dedicate the 1961 edition of 
THE MOUND to our academic dean, George R. Hunt. 



FAIRMONT COLLEGE LIBRARY 

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PRESIDENT ESTON K. FEASTER, Ed.D. 



It is a pleasure to recommend the 1961 issue of THE MOUND to the students, 
faculty, alumni, and friends of Fairmont State College. It includes representative 
activities of the academic, cultural, and social aspects of the college community. In 
this respect, it tends to perpetuate, for years to come, many bf the interesting and 
exciting experiences as well as the traditions of the Friendly College. I commend the 
editorial staff and the students for making this worthwhile contribution to the overall 
program of the college. 

Eston K. Feaster 




GEORGE R. HUNT, Ph.D. 

Dean of the College 



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VIVIAN L. GIBSON, M.A. 
Dean of Women 



GEORGE H. TURLEY, MA. 
Dean of Men 






OTIS H. MILAM JR., M.A. 
Registrar and Director of Admissio 



HOMER W. COX, B.S. 

Business Manager 



WILFORD R. WILSON, M.A. 
Director of Athletics 



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WAYNE S. MARTIN, Ed.D. 
Director of Student Personnel 



JOSEPHINE ROSIER, M.A. 

Librarian 



PAUL V. YOST, M.A. 

Coordinator of Field Services 




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Superintendent of buildings and 
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PEARL BROWN 

Head Resident at Morrow Hall 





DORIS N. DAVIS, B.S. 
Director of Food Service 



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HOBERT B. "POP" LAKE 
Campus Policeman 




CHARLES WILLIAMS 
Director of the Student Center 




ROXY DILLON 
Head Resident at Pence Hall 




GEORGIA PETERS, R.N. 

College Nurse 



HARRY C. FLEMING, M.D. 
College Physician 




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SEATED: Ruth Hawkins, Deanna Asterino, Linda Toothman, Carolyn Lavorata, and Pat Floyd. 
STANDING: Beulah Cole, Joanne Knapton, Nelda Hawkins, Maxine Moran, and Linda Hinebaugh. 
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Librarian; Joyce Martin, Mrs. Jay Robinson, and Mrs. David Carson. Unphotographed: William 
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HAZEL BEALL, Assistant Manager, and MAXINE PRUITTE, Manager of the Bookstore. 



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Mrs. Mary Beatrice Lemley, Assistant to Food Director. STANDING: Mrs. Cecil Bartlett, Mrs. 
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Assistant Professor of History and 
Social Science 




ROBERT S. COLE, MA. 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Education 





WILLIAM D. CREASY, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Biology 




PAUL C. DAVIS, MA. 




A. PAUL DAVISSON, M.S. 
Associate Professor of Biology 




EDMUND E. COLLINS, Ed.D. 
Associate Professor of Physical 



BILLY G. DUNN, M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Administration 



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HAROLD S. DUVALL, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Physical 
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MARY EVANS, M.A. 
Instructor of History 





ELEANOR M. FORD, M.S. 
Associate Professor of Physics 




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DWIGHT FOWLER, M.Ed. 

Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts 




WESLEY M. GRAGSON, Mus. M. 
Assistant Professor of Music 




WAYNE T. GRAY, Ph.D. 

Professor of Sociology 




WILLIAM A. FLOYD, B.S. 

Instructor of Physical Educatio 



GERTRUDE HALL, M.A. 

Associate Professor of Home 




GEORGE B. HOUGH, B.S. 

C.P.A., Lecturer in Business Education 




CLIFFORD R. HOUSE, M.R.E. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy and 





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Professor of Education 




MELVA HESS, M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Home 
2Q Economics 



EDGAR N. JAYNES, M.B.A. 
Associate Professor of Business 



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CYRIL W. JOHNSON, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Industrial 
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MARY SUE KERNS, A.B. 
Instructor of Physical Education 




JAMES A. LARUE, M.S. 
Associate Professor of Mathematics 



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JOANNE M. LEBO, B.SJ. 

Instructor of Journalism 




LOY W. LEONARD, MA. 

Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts 



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JO ANN LOUGH, MA. 

Assistant Professor or Speech and 




CLORA MARPLE, MA. 
Assistant Professor of Educ 









JOHN W. PLATTENBURG, LL.B. 
Instructor of Political Science 




WOODROW A. POTESTA, LL.B. 
Associate Professor of Business 




PAUL F. OPP, Ped.D. 

Associate Professor of En-lMi 



DOROTHY E. QUINTRELL, M.S. 

Assistant Professor of Biology 





J. BRADLEY SMOKER, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Speech 




JAY E. ROBINSON, M.M.E. 

Assistant Professor of Music 



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MARJOR1E TATE, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Englis 




J. MARTIN TAYLOR, Ed.D. 

Professor of Education 




ELIZABETH TERRY, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Foreign 

Languages 





LAWRENCE A. WALLMAN, MA. 
Associate Professor of Speech and 
Dramatics 



WILLIAM P. TURNER, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of History 

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KENNETH G. WEIHE, Ph.D. 
Professor of English 



RICHARD T. WELLOCK, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Music 




KENNETH H. WHOOLERY, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics 




MARGARET S. WILLARD, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Education 




LOUIS R. WILLIAMS, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Art 




KENNETH G. WISE, M.A. 
Associate Professor of Industrial Arts 
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CHARLES LESLIE AKERS 
Shinnston, W. Va. 
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PETER C. ALBERO, JR. 
Greenwich, Conn. 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Kappa, Pledgemaster and Song 
Leader; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Newman Club, Pres- 
ident; Mound Staff; Band; Young Republicans. 



PATSY ASH 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 
SNSEA. 

JAMES F. AUSTIN 
Pentress, W. Va. 
Commerce, Social Studies 
Tau Kappa Epsilon. 




MARY CAROL WHITE BAKER 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Home Economics and English 

Home Ec. Club; Wesley Foundation, Vice-Presi- 
dent; SNSEA. 

FRANK BERARDUCCI 

West Newton, Pa. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Kappa, Treasurer; Alpha Alpha 

Alpha; Newman Club; Inter-Fraternity Council. 



DOROTHY BINNIX 
Fairview, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 

ROSE ELLA BOWMAN 
Weston, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Biology and Physical Education 

Women's Physical Education Club, President and 

Secretary; Delta Zeta, Secretary; Women's Pan- 

hellenic, Vice-President; Inter-Panhellenic, 2 years; 

Wesley Foundation; Beta Beta Beta; SNSEA. 




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BARBARA LYNNE BRUMMAGE 
Marlinton, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 

Occupational Commerce and Physical Education 
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Vice-President; Fu-Se-Fa, 
Treasurer; Physical Education Club; Majorette; 
Young Republican Club; Inter-Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; Orchesis; Physical Education Jamboree; 
Splashers; Morrow Hall House Council. 

BEVERLY ANN BRYAN 
Luke, Md. 

A.B. in Education 

Occupational Commerce and English 

Centurions; SNSEA; Prom Court; Kappa Del- 




GERALD W. BURNER 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 

Biology and Social Studies 

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Beta Beta Beta. 

BETTY J. CARR 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

English and Social Studies 

Pi Kappa Phi; SNSEA; Young Republicans; 

Young Democrats; Newman Club. 




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JAMES ROGER CHADWELL 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Band 

JOHN THOMAS CHATHAM 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Physical Education and Biology 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Freshman Counselor; Letter 

man's Club; Football; Soccer; Track. 




DONALD L. CHEUVRONT 

Shinnston, W. Va. 

Speech and Dramatics; English 

Band, 1-2-3; Masquers, 3-4. 

HERBERT BLAKE CLARKSON 

Thornton, W. Va. 

Special Curriculum — Accounting 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Soccer. 



MARIAN MARJORIE CLAYTON 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Elementary Education 

MENC, President; Kappa Delta Pi, President; 

SNSEA; Concert Choir; College Choir; Columns. 

JAMES L. COPEMAN II 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Psychology 

Columns, Student Advisor; Masquers, "Visit to a 
Small Planet," "The Boy Friend," "The Reluc- 
tant Debutante"; Young Republican Club; Cen- 



PATRICIA A. COURTNEY 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Art 

Kappa Pi, President; Women's Physical Education 
Club: Pi Kappa Phi; Hockey Team, three years; 
Basketball, three years. 

JEAN CRISS 
Fairmont. W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 

Alpha Delta Chi; Masquers; Senior Class Secre- 
Wesley Founda- 




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JOAN CUNNINGHAM 
Barrackville, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Speech, Dramatics, and English 

Chi Chi; Masquers; Alpha Psi Omega; 



SNSEA; Colui 



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s Theatre Instructor. 



MICHAEL L. CURRENCE 
Rivesville, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Math and Physical Education 

Tau Beta Iota; Football, 1-2-3-4; Basketball, 2-3; 

Lettermen's Club. 




CHARLES DANIELS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



MERLIN DAVIDSON 
Carolina, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 

Physical Education and Social Studies 
Tau Kappa Epsilon; Lettermen's Club; Young 
Democrat Club, Secretary; Baseball, 1-2-3-4; Soc- 
cer, two years; Wesley Foundation. 




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DOROTHEA LEE DAVIS 
Stonewood, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 

Elementary Education ; English and Social Studies 
SNSEA; Kappa Delta Pi. 

BEATRICE DAWSON 

Bridgeport, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Social Studies and Home Economics 

Centurions; Pi Gamma Mu; Kappa Delta Pi; 

Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation. 




MARY EDITH DEMARY 

Enterprise, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Physical Education and Physical Science 

Sigma Kappa; Women's Physical Education Club; 

Collegiate Academy of Science; Newman Club; 

Young Democrat Club; SNSEA; Orchesis; Square 

Dance Club. 

EVERETT R. DEMOSS 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Industrial Arts and Business 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Big Six Campaign Manager, 

1960. 






CHARLES EATON, JR. 
Rockport, W. Va. 

Sociology and History 

RONALD EVERHART 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Business Administration and Education 
Tau Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Letter- 
men's Club; Basketball, 1-2-3-4; Track, 1-2-3-4. 




ROBERT GORDON FARLEY 

Beckley, W. Va. 

Recreation 

Football; Baseball; Columns. 

FRANCES FAST 
Grafton, W. Va. 
in Education 
Social Studies and English 
SNSEA; Young Republican Club. 



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DONALD R. FAZIO 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Math and Social Science 
Tau Beta Iota. 

ROBERT L. FERRELL 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
B.S., Biology 

Tau Beta Iota ; Freshman Class Vice-President ; 
Masquers, President; Junior Class, President; Al- 
pha Psi Omega; Beta Beta Beta, Historian; Roger 
Williams Fellowship, Vice-President; Who's Who. 
Student Body, Treasurer; Freshman Counselor, 
3-4; Student Council; "The Hasty Heart," 
tective Story," "Angel Street"; Alpha Delta 
"Campus King." 



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ALMA R. FORD 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Speech and Dramatics 

Secretarial Studies 

Fu-Se-Fa; Wesley Foundation; Alpha Psi Omega; 

Masquers, Vice-President; Orchesis; Pi Kappa 

Phi; "Cradle Song," "Inherit the Wind," "Juno 

and the Paycock," Assistant Director; Mound; 

Centurions; Young Republican Club; White Rose 






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BET1T RICHARDSON FORD 
Flemington, W. Va. 

Speech and Dramatics; Art 

Gamma Chi Chi; Masquers; Alpha Psi Omega; 
Kappa Pi; Women's Panhellcnir, Treasurer; Inter- 
Panhellenic, Vice-President; Intercollegiate De- 
bate; Winner Neely Oratorical Contes 
at-Arms, Gamma Chi Chi. 






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JAMES P. FORD 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
y4.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 

Tau Beta Iota, Chaplain, Prep Master; Inter- 
Fraternity Council; Men's Panhellenic Council; 
Tag Shows; Newman Club. 

FRANK GABOR 
Grant Town, W. Va. 

Business Administration 

Tau Beta Iota; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Lettermen's 
Club, President; President, Senior Class; Tag 
Party, President; Tau Beta Iota Prep Master; Col- 
umns, Business Manager; Who's Who; Newman 
Club; Young Democrat Club; Baseball, 2-3-4; 
Soccer, 2-3; Student Council; TBI Sergeant-at- 



MICHAEL L. GETTINGS 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Kappa, Secretary; Alpha Alpha 

Alpha. 

JAMES P. GUIDASH 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



GARY G. HARPER 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Industrial Arts and Social Studies 
Epsilon Pi Tau. 

DONNA LEE HARROLD 

Baltimore, Md. 

Physical Education and Art 

Physical Education Club; Orchesis; Pittsburgh 

Field Hockey Team; Hockey; Basketball; Softball. 



JANICE MARIE HAUGHT 

Mannington, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; SNSEA; Wesley Foundation. 

DONALD L. HAWKINS 

Mannington, W. Va. 

A.A. Certificate in Accounting. 

Alpha Alpha Alpha. 




DAVID R. HIBBS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
B.S. in Business Administration 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Vice-President, Social Chair- 
man, Joint Panhellenic Representative, Inter- 
uncil Represe 

ROBERT G. HINKLE 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Mathematics 

< "Mi tiiatr Academy of Science, Vice-Proidei 

Lambda Delta Lambda. 



LUCY MORROW HUEY 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

English and Secretarial Studies 

Gamma Chi Chi; Secretary, Fu-Se-Fa; Freshman 

Counselor; Homecoming Court; Winner of Roto 

Cover Girl Contest; Majorette; Junior Prom 

Queen; Senior Class Vice-President; Who's Who. 

CONNIE HUNTER 
Fairview, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
English, Speech, French 

Alpha Delta Chi, President; Who's Who; Fresh- 
man Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi; Women's 
hellenic Council, President; Kappa Sigma 



Sweetheart; Junior Prom Court; SNSEA, 
President; Junior Class Secretary; Young Re 
can Club; Die Wissenschaftler, Vice-Pres 
Joint Panhellenic; Blazers; Pi Kappa Phi. 



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SAM J. IAQUINTA III 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Business Administration 

; Newman Club; Alpha Alpha 

J. EDWIN JENKINS 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Social Studies and Physical Science 



ANITA J. JONES 
Barrackville, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Biological and General Sciences; Mathematics 
Alpha Delta Chi, Sergeant-at-Arms, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Collegiate Young Republicans; Beta Beta 
Beta, Secretary; Lambda Delta Lambda, President; 
Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President; Die Wissenschaft- 
ler, Vice-President; Blazers; Who's Who. 

WILLIAM F. JULIAN 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 

Social Studies 






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JOHN MICHAEL KEARNEY 

Farmington, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Physical Education and English 

Kappa Sigma Kappa, Chaplain; Secretary and 



JAMES A. KEEDY 

Wiley Ford, W. Va. 

Industrial Arts and Physical Education 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Football; Wrestling; Track; 

Cross Country; Lettermen's Club. 



VERNEDA KING 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Commerce and Business Principles 

FuSeFa; SNSEA; Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer. 

PATRICIA KRUPINSKI 

Terra Alta, W. Va. 

English and Social Studies 

Masquers, "Visit to a Small Planet," "The Relu( 

tant Debutante," Young Democrat Club. 




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PENELOPE ANNE LAROSA 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Two-Year Secretarial Course 
Sigma Kappa; FuSeFa. 

ANGELINE CAROLINA LECHIARA 

Galloway, W. Va. 

English 

Commerce-Occupational 
SNSEA; Newman Club. 




WILLIAM W. LEWIS 
Worthington, W. Va. 
B.S. Degree 
Industrial Arts 
Epsilon Pi Tau. 

HELEN L. LOGSDON 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Social Studies— English 

Alpha Delta Chi, Treasurer; Columns Editor 
Mound; Pi Kappa Phi, Treasurer; SNSEA 
Young Republican Club, Secretary; TAG Show 
Advisor for Off Campus Housing. 





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JOYCE MAE LOOMAN 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Special Non-Academic in Music; Social Studies 

Alpha Delta Chi; SNSEA; MENC; President; 

Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary; Pi Kappa Phi; Band; 

Choir; Madrigals; Wesley Foundation. 

KAREN WETZEL LYNCH 
Mannington, W. Va. 

Commerce, Occupational ; Social Studies. 
Fu-Se-Fa. 



anita criss McCartney 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Elementary, English, Social Studies 

Die Wissenschaftler; Kappa Delta Pi. 

JOHN A. McPHEE 

Monterey, Calif. 
A.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 

SNSEA. 



JOSEPH MARTIN 
Carolina, W. Va. 
B.S. in Industrial Arts 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Sophomore Class Vice-Pres- 
ident; Student Council, Sergeant-at-Arms ; Fresh- 
man Counselor; Young Democrat Club; Big-Six 
Show; Newman Club; TASK Sergeant-at-Arms; 
"Detective Story," "Romance of the Willow Pat- 
tern," "Juno and the Paycock." 

EDMUND J. MATKO 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Newman Club; Alpha Al- 
pha Alpha, Vice-President. 



JAMES T. MAYFIELD, JR. 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

B.S., Industrial Arts and Business Administration 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Chaplain; Alpha Alpha Al- 
pha; Industrial Arts Club. 

EUGENE MEALE 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 
SNSEA; Freshman Counselor. 



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DONALD L. MITCHELL 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Business Administration 
Alpha Alpha Alpha. 

RALPH 0. MOMEYER 
West Newton, Pa. 
Business and Physical Education 
Sports Carnival. 



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Vice-President; Wesley Foundation; State Secre- 
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NANCY LOU MOWREY 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
French, English 
Gamma Chi Chi, 2nd \ 
President; Pi Kappa Ph 
Fraternity Council. 

JUDY MULLENNEX 
Parsons, W. Va. 

English, Social Studies 

SNSEA. 




LLOYD NEILSON 

Frostburg, Md. 

Industrial Arts 

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Epsilon Pi Tau; Industrial 

Arts Club. 

HERBERT J. NEWMAN JR. 
Parsons, W. Va. 
B.S. Degree 



Kappa Sigma Kappa; Industrial Arts Club. 



GERALD 0. NOLAND 
Newell, W. Va. 
Physical Education, History 

Sigma Tau Gamma, Sergeant-at-Arms, 2nd Vice 
President; Academy of Science; Interfraternit) 
Council; Soccer— Track — Intramural Basketball- 
Sports Carnival — Greek Week. 

MARTHA JEAN NORRIS 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Biology, History 

Pi Kappa Phi ; Academy of Science. 



CARL RICHARD OWENS 
Grant Town, W. Va. 

Industrial Arts and Business Administration 
Tau Beta Iota; Young Democrat Club; Wesley 
Foundation; Judge, Northern W. Va. Industrial 
Arts Fair, 1960; Industrial Arts Club. 

ROBERT M. PASCOE 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Psychology ; History and Sociology 



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WILLIAM RONALD PATSY 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Business Administration 



GENE PERKINS 

Summersville, W. Va. 

Recreation 

Tau Kappa Epsilon, President; Football; Track; 

Alpha Lambda Sigma, Vice-President; President 

of Pence Hall; Young Democrat Club; Intramural 

Sports; Freshman Counselor. 



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REGINA PETITTO 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 

Social Studies and English 
Newman Club; SNSEA. 

THEODORE A. PETTIT 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Biplogy 

Kappa Sigma Kappa, Secretary, Corresponding 
Secretary; Big Six Council; TASK Party Council; 
Inter-Fraternity Council, President; Young Demo- 
crat Club, Treasurer; Youth Baptist Movement. 




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LEONARD PHELPS JR. 
Flemington, W. Va. 

Accounting 

Alpha Alpha Alpha Business Fraternity. 

EUGENE A. PISCITELLI 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Biological Sciences, Social Studies 
Tau Beta Iota; Beta Beta Beta; Pi Kappa Phi; 
Lambda Lambda Lambda; TAG Party; Wrestling 
Team, 1957, 1958, 1959. 




JOHN L. PITCHELL, III 

Rahway, N. J. 

Business Administration 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Newman 

Club. 

CHARLES M. PITTS 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Mound. 



SID POPOVICH 
Rachel, W. Va. 

Physical Education, English. 

RUTH ANN POWELL 
Grant Town, W. Va. 

Social Studies, English 

Sigma Kappa, 1st Vice-President, Rush Chairman, 
Corresponding Secretary; Woman's Panhellenic 
Council, President; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Gamma 
Mu; Junior Class Vice-President; SNSEA; Sum- 
mer School Student Council; Interfraterhity 
Council. 



JOYCE ANN POWERS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Biology and English 

Alpha Delta Chi; Pi Kappa Phi; Collegiate Aca- 
demy of Science; Choir; Madrigals. 

JOHN L. PUFFENBARGER 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Special Non-Academic in Music 

Band; Choir; MENC; Roger Williams Fellow- 




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RICHARD QUEEN 

Morgantown, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Industrial Arts and Physical Education 

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Industrial Arts Club. 

JAMES WILLIAM RANK 
Frostburg, Md. 

Industrial Arts 
Kappa Sigma Kappa. 




RONALD E. RILEY 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Business Administration 
Alpha Alpha Alpha. 

ANTHONY R. ROSI 
Masontown, W. Va. 
Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Alpha Alpha Alpha, Presi- 
dent; Baseball. 



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ANN ROSIER 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Home Economics and Social Studies 

Sigma Kappa; SNSEA; Home Economics 

Mound, 1960; Kappa Delta Pi. 

FRANK T. ROSS 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Business 

Tau Beta Iota; Alpha Alpha Alpha. 




FRANCES RUGGIERO 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 

English and Social Studies 

Gamma Chi Chi; Newman Club; Young 

crat Club; Columns. 

JALNA JEAN SABO 
Grant Town, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 
Sigma Kappa, Presidi 



Vice-President, Secre- 

Club, President, Vice-President ; 

Kappa Delta Pi; SNSEA; Young Democrat Club; 



tary ; Net 



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THOMAS LEO SALVATI 

Monongah, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Social Studies and English 

Mound Staff. 

EDWARD WILLIAM SCHNEIDER III 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Pre-medicine; Biology Major 

Tau Beta Iota, Chaplain; Beta Beta Beta, V 

President. 



JAMES E. SHANER 

Uniontown, Pa. 

Physical Education, Social Studies 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Letterman's Club; Football, 



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DOROTHY J. SHARP 

Shinnston, W. Va. 



Elementary Education 

SNSEA; Kappa Delta Pi; Young Democrats Club. 





RICHARD A. SHROYER 

Century, W. Va. 

Accounting 

Alpha Alpha Alpha, Business Honorary. 

JOSEPH RAY SKARZINSKI 
Ida May, W. Va. 

B.S. Degree 
Industrial Arts 
Sigma Tau Gamma. 



EMILY SPRINGSTON 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Elementary Education 

Gamma Chi Chi, President, Vice-President; Who's 
Who; Masquers; Kappa Pi, Secretary, Treasurer; 
Wesley Foundation, Vice-President; TAG Show; 
Homecoming Court, 1959, 1960; Freshman Counse- 
lor; Women's Panhellenic; Young Republican 
Club; SNSEA; Advisor for Off-Campus Housing, 
"Big Sister." 

GLENDA H. SPRY 
Lumberport, W. Va. 

Commerce Occupational 
Commerce Principles 






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JOHN F. STICKEL 

New Milton, W. Va. 

Chemistry and Social Studies 

Phi Sigma Nu and Baseball, Potomac State. 

LOIS ANNETTE STULL 

Mannington, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Elementary, English, and Social Studies 

SNSEA; Choir; Women's Chorus; Wesley Founda- 



SOPHIA MADELYN SUSTUS 
Mannington, W. Va. 

Occupational Commerce and Business Principles 
Fu-Se-Fa; Columns Staff; Mound Staff; SNSEA. 

DONALD REX SWISHER 
Grant Town, W. Va. 

Chemistry 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Wesley Foundation. 



JAMES LYNN SWISHER 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Business Administration 

Tau Beta Iota; Alpha Alpha Alpha. 

ANTHONY DAVID TARTELL 

Monongah, W. Va. 
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\RTHl I! THORNTON 
Barrackville, W. Va. 
US.. Physical Education 
Wrestling. 

Tll\l l\ SI ZANNE THRALLS 

Fairmont. \Y. Va. 

A.li. in Education 

Speech and Dramatics; English 

Gamma I lii Chi, Alpha Psi Omega; Blazers; Kap 

p.i Delta Pi; Student Council; Masquers, " 

ill. in: Freshman Class President; Debate & 

Win.'- Who: Freshman Counselor; Roger 

liam- Fellow-hip, Nr.vl.in; Inter-Fral. 

Council; "The Diarj oi \nn.- Frank," "Ii 

III.- Win.)." -All, \\ il.l.-rn.-—- ." 




JOHN PAUL TRACH II 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

B.S. in Business Administration 
Pi Kappa Phi; Lettemicn's Club; Golf; Swim- 
ming. 

FRANK A. URSO 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Industrial Arts, Business 

Kappa Si^ma Kappa; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Indus- 

lri.il Art- Club. 



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CHARLES E. VINCENT, JR. 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Alpha Alpha Alpha; Young Republican Club. 

BENNIE R. WALTERS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Business Admini 



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Tau B.-ta Inta. Sergeant-at-Arms, Pledge Master; 
Alpha Alpha Alpha; Columns; Freshman Counse- 
lor; Intramural Sport-. 



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GARY RAY WARE 
Hollywood, Fla. 
A.B. in Education 

Industrial Arts and Physical Science 
Kappa Sigma Kappa, Vice-President; Task Coun- 
cil, President; Big Six Council; Industrial Arts 



HARVEY LEE WARNICK 
Barrackville, W. Va. 

Biology and Social Studies 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Beta Beta Beta; Lambda 

Delta Lambda; Collegiate Academy of Science. 



BART WATSON 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
English and Physical Education 
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Pyramid Society; Student Council; Letterman's 
Club; Zeta Sigma; Inter-Fraternity Council; Track 
Team; Cross Country Team; Outstanding Fresh- 
man Award; SNSEA; Who's Who; Student-Fac- 
ulty Advisory Committee; Fraternity Scholarship 
Award. 

SHIRLEY WATSON 

Parkersburg, W. Va. 

B.S. in Business Administration 

Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treasurer; Student Council, 

Secretary; Freshman Counselor; Morrow Hall 

House Council; Women's Panhellenic Council; 

Splashers; Fu-Se-Fa; Young Republicans; Falcon 

Fund Chairman; Zeta Sigma Court; Columns; 

Majorette; Inter-Panhellenic Council. 



DAVID E. WEAVER 

Fairview, W. Va. 

Business Administration 

Kappa Sigma Kappa; Alpha Alpha Alpha; Col- 

JIMMY A. WEEKLEY 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 

B.S. in Industrial Arts 

Kappa Sigma Kappa, Pledge Master; Industrial 



RICHARD E. WEINHEIMER 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Industrial Arts and Commerce 

HARRY E. WELSH 

Westernport, Md. 

History and Political Science 

Pi Gamma Mu; Young Democrats; Newman Club. 




TERRANCE B. WELTY 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

Industrial Arts 

Tau Beta Iota; Industrial Arts Club; Newman 

Club; TAG Shows; Sergeant-at-Arms, TAG 

Party. 

THOMAS WEST 
Mannington, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Physical Education and Biology 
SNSEA; Beta Beta Beta; Baseball— 1960 ; Soc- 
cer— 1960; Football (Salem)— 1957. 



ROBERT WHITE 
Fairview, W. Va. 
B.S. in Chemistry 
Lambda Delta Lambda. 

MARTHA JEAN WHITEFORD 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Biology; Speech and Drama 

Alpha Delta Chi; Beta Beta Beta; Pi Kappa I 

Masquers. 





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IDA MAY WILLIAMS 

Tunnelton, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Social Studies, Biology, Elementary Education 

Beta Beta Beta; Wesley Foundation; Pi Gamma 

Mu. 

RITA PROZZILLO WILSON 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Physical Education and English 
Newman Club; Physical Education Club; Pitts- 
burgh Field Hockey Association; Basketball; 
Hockey; Mid-East Tryouts; Pittsburgh Second 
Team (Hockey). 





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ALMA V. WOODS PICA 
Enterprise, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 

SNEA. 

GERALDINE M. WRIGHT 

Brownton, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Elementary Education 

Wesley Foundation; SNSEA; Young Democrat 

Club; Columns; Mound; Off Campus Women's 

Counselor. 



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FREDDIE YANERO 

Monongah, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Freshman Counselor; Tau Kappa Epsilon, » Ser- 

geant-at-Arms ; Newman Club; Lettermen's Club; 

Golf; Soccer; Track; Young Democrat Club. 

GEORGE W. YOST 
Grant Town, W. Va. 

Business Administration 
Tau Beta Iota, President. 



YVONNE YOST 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

Mathematics and Physics 

Delta Zeta, Vice-President; Collegiate Academy 
of Science, Secretary-Treasurer; West Virginia 
Collegiate Academy of Science, President; Lambda 
Delta Lambda; Pi Kappa Phi, Secretary, Presi- 

GEORGE ALLEN ZECK 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

A.B. in Education 

Physical Education and Social Studies 

Tau Kappa Epsilon; Wrestling; Soccer; Baseball; 

Lettermen's Club. 




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JEAN ZECK 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
A.B. in Education 
Elementary Education 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; Freshman Counselor; Vice- 
President of Sophomore Class; Vice-President of 
Student Body; Columns; Who's Who. 

NORMAN E. ALLISON 
Pughtown, W. Va. 

Industrial Arts and Physical Education 
Kappa Sigma Kappa; Epsilon Pi Tau; Letter- 
men's Club; Football; Track; Inter-Fraternity 
Council; Industrial Arts Club. 



UNPHOTOGRAPHED SENIORS 




Thomas Anderson 
Robert Banker 
David Beckett 
John Bennett 
Keith Berry 
Chester Brooks 
Joseph Bundy 
Donald Campbell 
David Chapman 
James Durkin 
Ronald Eddy 
Jonnie Erdie 
Andrew Frye 
Robert Fugera 
Richard Gardner 
Ethel Garland 



Karl Gouzd 

Curtis Guin 

Moses Guin 

Fred Hayes 

Sr. Mary Thomas Hicks 

James Hugus 

Dorothy Janicki 

Mike Kotarba 

John Lough 

Rex Manley 

Mato Marko 

Marvin McBride 

Richard McKinney 

Stella Mercer 

Harry Mills 

Joseph Monell 



Raymond Murray 
Alice O'Connor 
Charles Pagan 
John Panella 
Lovell Parham 
Jean J. Pence 
Norman Pickstone 
John Pinti 
John Prunyi 
Francis Raikes 
Carolyn Russell 
Harry Scritchfield 
Donald Shimsky 
Sherril Shuman 
Tresea Shriver 
James Sindledecker 



Michael Slaton 
Helen Snyder 
Virginia Sterling 
Charles Sturm 
Richard Thralls 
Michael Tricot 
Ottie Walters 
Robert Watson 
Nancy Weber 
Cecil White 
James Wilcox 
Joseph Williams 
Sarah Williams 
Paul Willis 
James Marvin Wilson 
Pete Zeck 



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CHARLOTTE ANDERSON 
Baltimore, Md. 

RONALD BAKER 

Rivesville, W. Va. 




EUGENE BEASLEY 
Akron, Ohio 
MARIANNE BELL 
Hundred, W. Va. 
CHARLES D. BERRY 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



SANDRA BOORD 
Hundred, W. Va. 
ROBERT CALICH 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

MARY GRAY CHATHAM 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



RICHARD H. CLELLAND 
Mannington, W. Va. 
GEORGE COLLINS 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
LYN CONDIT 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



JUDITH CAROLE CORLEY 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



BARBARA ELLEN 

COMER 
Shinnston, W. Va. 
BETTY COUSINS 
Ossining, N. Y. 
RONALD CYPHERS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 




JAMES E. DETRICK 
Ridgeley, W. Va. 
JAMES E. DOTTS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
ANNE DRANE 
Piedmont, W. Va. 



ROBERT ELLIS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
MARILYN FERGUSON 
Mars, Pa. 

DON FITZWATER 
Grafton, W. Va. 



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CHARLES FORTNEY 
Colfax, W. Va. 

JAMES ANTHONY FRAGALE 

Clarksburg, W. Va. 




MARIE GARGARELLA 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
PATTY GATSKI 
Grant Town, W. Va. 
LARRY N. GAUDET 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 



DAVID R. GLOVER 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
> LOLA JEAN HADDIX 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
JOAN HALL 
Roslyn, N. Y. 



ROBERT L. HARMAN 
Petersburg, W. Va. 
BURL HATFIELD 
Enterprise, W. Va. 
GLENDA HATHAWAY 
Rowlesburg, W. Va. 



MANUEL HERNANDEZ 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
PHILIP R. HERRON 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



DALE E. HIGGINS 
Salem, W. Va. 

MARY HINKINS 
Grafton, W. Va. 
NANCY RUTH HOBBS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



KENT HUDGINS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
SUSANNE HUGHES 
Shinnston, W. Va. 
JEANNE HYMES 
Belington, W. Va. 



WILLIAM "BUS" JACO 
Grafton, W. Va. 

MARTIN W. JOHNSON 
Cresaptown, Md. 

RONALD R. JONES 
Newburg, W. Va. 




MAURICE KALIN 

Mentor, Ohio 
IZETTA KELLEY 
Rosemont, W. Va. 




ANDREW KONICK 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
MARILYN LITTLE 
Endicott, N. Y. 

ROBERT WILLIAM 

McBRIDE 
Keyser, W. Va. 



JANET E. McFARLAND 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
SYLVIA McINTYRE 
Worthington, W. Va. 
JOHN MANLEY 
Frostburg, Md. 



DOTTIE MARSH 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 
ROGER MARSHALL 

New Martinsville, W. Va. 

MARTHA VIRGINIA 

MERANDI 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



TOM MILLER JR. 
Grafton, W. Va. 

WILLIAM N. MITCHELL 

Ocean City, N. J. 







BRADY MOORE 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
ROSE ANGELA MORAN 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 
ROBERT CARL MOSER 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



LOIS ENGENIA MUTO 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
LOIS NEDROW 
Albright, W. Va. 
ELAINE NEGIE 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



VONNIE O'DELL 
Mannington, W. Va. 
JOHN PARKER 
Parkersburg, W. Va. 
GEORGE W. PEOPLES 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 







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CLINTON KEITH PHILLIPS 

Mannington, W. Va. 
WILLIAM T. PITELESKI 
Worthington, W. Va. 




PAUL J. PITROLO 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
LILLIAN POE 
Moatsville, W. Va. 
LINDA LOUISE PRICE 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



KAREN R. QUEEN 
Grafton, W. Va. 
EILEEN QUENON 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
CHARLES "TOT" REED 
West Milford, W. Va. 



KAY ROMINE 
Lumberport, W. Va. 
NANCY RUSHING 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

PHYLLIS SANDERS 
Kingwood, W. Va. 



CAROLYN SESSIONS 

Fairmont, W. Va. 
CLIFFORD J. SHUMAN 
New Cumberland, W. Va. 



RICHARD SIMMONS 
Kingmont, W. Va. 
CAROL SUE SMITH 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 
DOROTHY SMITH 
Hastings, W. Va. 



JO ANN SNYDER 
Lahmansville, W. Va. 
GLORIA SOLOMON 
Fairview, W. Va. 
JOHN TILKO 
Grant Town, W. Va. 




JERRY TURNER 
Grafton, W. Va. 

GRETCHEN D. 
VAN DYKE 
Rockville, Md. 
PEGGY WALTZ 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



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ELIZABETH ANN WEIMER 
Maysville, W. Va. 

ANNETTA WHITE 

Fairmont, W. Va. 




RACHEL WHOOLERY 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
CAROL LEE WISE 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
JAMES WISE 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



RONNIE WOLFE 
Annapolis, Md. 
ANDREA K. WOOD 
Butler, N. J. 
NANCY YATES 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



JED D. YOUMANS 
Long" Beach, Wash. 

PATRICIA ANN 
ZAPPACOSTA 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
DORIS ANN ZORIK 
Colfax, W. Va. 









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JUDITH LYNN 

ARNETT 
Fairmont, W. Va. 




MARY ANN BOLTON 
Mount Hope, W. Va. 



SANDRA COX 
Smithburg, W. Va. 



EMMA DE 

GASPERIN 
Kingwood, W. Va. 

BETTY JANE 
ERICSSON 
Farmingdale, N. Y. 



JEAN FISHER 



JOHN FRYE 
Petersburg, W. Va. 



MARY ANN 

CHEUVRONT 
Cleveland, Ohio 





STANLEY HALL 
Washington, Pa. 



REBECCA 

HOLLANDSWORTH 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

MARY JOAN HOWES 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



JIM JENNISON 
Bethel Park, Pa. 



MARIE KENNEDY 
Rivesville, W. Va. 



HOPE KIMPEL 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

KATHRYN KIMMELL 



JOHN LE VIND 
Short Hills, N. J. 




CAROLE LUSHINSKY 
Monongah, W. Va. 

JEAN MACKIE 
Fairmont, W. Va. 




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MELBA MAE MALLOW 
Petersburg, W. Va. 




HELEN LOUISE 

McCLAIN 
Buckhannon, W. Va. 




BETTY LU MITCHELL 
Petersburg, W. Va. 



CAROLE 

MONTALBANO 
Bellport, N. Y. 






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ROBERT MYERS 
Farmington, W. Va. 



CAROL NEASE 
Newell, W. Va. 



MARY JANE ORR 
Mannington, Pa. 



KAREN POE 
Bridgeport, W. Va. 





BETTY LOU 
RIGHTER 

Shinnston, W. Va. 

SHARON 

SATTERFIELD 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

HARRIET ANNE 

SHAW 
Kasson, W. Va. 



SUE SHIRLEY 
Albright, W. Va. 



RUTH ANN 

SHUMAKER 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



MARY LOU SECRETA 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



PATTY SELLERS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



JAMES EDWARD 

SMITH 
Fairmont, W. Va. 

STEVE SMITH 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



ROLETA GAY SMITH 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 



ALMA ANN TALBOT 
Philippi, W. Va. 



BETTY ANN TENNANT 
Hagan, W. Va. 





H. PATRICIA 

WARTHAN 

Wheeling, W. Va 

PEGGY JO WENTZ 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

MARY JANE 
WILLIAMS 
Fairmont, W. Va. 



VIOLET WILMOTH 
Belington, W. Va. 

JOE WILSON 

Weston, W. Va. 

ROBERT WILSON 
Daybrook, W. Va. 



DONNA SUE WOLFE 
Mannington, W. Va. 



MARSHA WOODS 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

CAROLE ZAHRNDT 
Vandergrift, Pa. 




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J960 ScuH*9tex ScAoot Student gouncit 

SEATED: Mary Joan Howes, Vice President; John Lough, President; Mary Jane Williams, Secretary. STANDING: Marie Gai 
garella, Treasurer; Sally Jenkins, Adam Mocsary, Garry Harper, Car] Paskey, Carolyn Barnes, Marilee Hohmann. 



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SEATED: Nancy Thayer, Jean Schringer, Constance Conaway, Pauline Wright, Judy Byer. STANDING: Carmen Paglian, Pat Carter, 
Pete Tomaino, Frank Kay, Stephen Collins, Jeff Rasmussen. UNPHOTOGRAPHED : Maury Blount, Karen Byard, Lowell Curtis, 
Donald Davis, Roy Heston, Tom Mahood, Ann Manlin, Walter Michnowiez, and John Chatham, Counselor. 




SEATED: David Zatt, Lois Long, Janet Louise Smith, Faye Snider, Sharon Kelley, John Lacko. STANDING: Ronny Knapp, Dennis 
Lender, Bob Wilson, Bob Goyne, Mike Denning. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Nancy Ackenheil, Frederick Bryant, Mark Caldwell, Barbara 
Gruetzmacher, Stephen Hersh, Diane Kane, Trudy Lombard, Mike Rogers (pictured with group 3), and Mary Chatham, Counselor. 




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SEATED: Paul Di Bacco, Tom Mahood, June Pratt, Lana Ruth Wolfe, Jan Dannaway, Donald Boyles. STANDING: William Bassell, 
Jay Gidick, Mike Rogers, Frank Quattro, Richard Danser, Joe Crane, Bob Robertson. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Malcom Ambrose, Jean 
Crites, Frankie Fisher, Larry Mitchell, Tim Palmer, Nelson • Starcher, and Lucy Huey, Counselor. 




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SEATED: Donna Current, Gussie May Terrant, Jo Ann Lechiara, Patty Lacare, Jerilynn Curtis, Darlene Ice, Carolyn Bartlett, Deloris 
Kotarba, Jo Ann Oliverio. STANDING: Ann Kayuha, Stanley Toy, Larry Mitchell (Group 3), James Wilkinson, Rick Kaufman, Arthur 
Tennant, Cecil Wilburn, Patricia Collins. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Barbara Berry, David Butcher, Leonard Dalton, John Floyd, David 
Higinbotham, Larry Joe Phillips, and Bus Jaco, Counselor. 





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SEATED: Melanie McLeary, Brenda Securro, Ann Marines, Nancy Steyer, Dixie Lea Lamb, Carla Sue Ross, Judy Zeck. STANDING: 
Sally Ann Tennant, Frank L. Gallo, Al DeBlasio, Barry Collins, David Morgan, Ronnie Prince, George Ireland, Jim Layman; Joe 
Martin, Counselor; and Lenta Joyce Girod. UNPHOTOGRAPH ED: David Anderson, John Bloom, Howard Griffith, Joe Smith, 
Mike Swiger, Larry Taylor. 




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SEATED: Carol Cunningham, Ann Reynolds, Vickie Spino, Delia Lee Moore, Sharon DeMoss, Martha Freagale, Joanne Mazza, June 
Robinson, Ionia S. Urtso. STANDING: Jack Watkins, Gary Poling, Richard Keener, Frank Alimento, Gary Schumacher, Fred Golen, 
Robert Merrifield, Ralph Stewart, Michael Weiss, and Tom Miller, Counselor. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Linda Looman, Clifton Mains, 
Bruce Rothman, James Zeck. 




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SEATED: Kay Cline, Brenda Reese, Rose Matthews, Patty Tatterson, Connie Fabian, Vickie Cavalier, Bonnie Nicholson, Velinda 
Allen. STANDING: Jim Dye, Jimmy Dumire, Richard Howell, Winston David Alexander, Joseph Andrew Migaiolo, Bud Rogers, 
George Church, Thomas Godwin, Don Wells. UNPHOTOGRAPHED : Brian Amos, Jim Fitzmartin, Brenda Shuman, Dick Stahl, Eugene 
Weaver, Gary Little, Jim McGarvey, and Carol Smith, Counselor. 




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SEATED: Judy Greene, Maurina Spina, Becky Mercer, Marlene Guynn, Susan Huels, Ann Shaffer, Norma Bankard, Waverly Snider, 
Jennie Lou Sike. STANDING: David Wasrud, Paul William Smallridge, Jerry M. Toth, George Current, Paul Kennedy, Pat McGann, 
John Hamilton, Earl Baker, Harry Arble, Ronald Zeni, Richard Smedley, Richard Davis. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Bill Albert, Alex 
Boleo, and Suzanne Thralls, Counselor. 




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SEATED: Carolyn Jermont, Zandra Reeser, Kit Collins, Kathryn Manuel, Ann McBath, Lena Kupfner. STANDING: Carol Christian, 
Dave Kurtz, John Bunner, Jay Childs, Frank DiMaria, Doug Defellippo, Leah Kramer. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Karen Butcher, David 
Curtis, Richard Julien, Paul Nagy, David Singleton, Bob Tennant, Warren Turner, Jim Wasarovich, and Gretchen VanDyke, Coun- 
selor. 




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SEATED: Stephany Parker, Rose Marie Miller, Barbara Post, Joyce Berdine, Linda Sue -Ashcraft, Hazel Stafford, Jeanie Isner, Mary 
Lou Smith, Eugenia Wilson. STANDING: John W. Wood, Bill Shaffer, Danny Brown, Larry Schoonmaker, Cecil Branham, Charles 
Garlow, Bob Fortney; Peggy Waltz, Counselor; Chester Reese' Jim Donley, Ronald Reed, John Schroeder, Bill Conrad, Kenny Shanes, 
John Schneider. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Jill Robertson, Leo Roll. 




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SEATED: Jim Martino, Ragina Melton, Mary Frances Simon, Delores Herman, Jacky Wilson, Mary Lois Polis, Judy Gutierrez, Roy 
Tracey. STANDING: Danny Mankins, Bill Rule, Brooks Nuzum, Ronnie Pearson, Len Swiantek, Jim Greene. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: 
Janet Casto, Loren Cecil, Judith Mayfield, Sam Poster, Don Shultz, Richard Taylor, Carole Watson, Arley Webb, and Nancy Yates 
and John Bitonti, Counselors. 




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SEATED: Karen Springer, Beverly Ann Williams, Mary Ann Nanni, Susie Mahaffey, B. J. Lucas, Gloria Glasgow, Betty Berdine, Car- 
ole Morton, Sandy Waugaman. STANDING: Rachel Whoolery, Counselor; Ronald Burnsworth, George H. Cart, Ronald Lang, James 
Newhouse, David Nitz, Terry Lee VanGilder, Bill Burdett, Walter Smith, Bob Russell, John Jimn.ie, an-d Dick Clclland, Counselor. 
UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Wendell Beitzel, Bill Fox, Dennis Gynn, Paula Romano, Steve Stewart. 




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SEATED: Joann DeMaria, Patti Parker, Barbara Kay Spiker, Linda Leon, Penny Heiskell, Donna Bradley, Elizabeth Benda, and 
Nancy Conwell, Counselor. STANDING: Ron Cvetican, Counselor; Don Shultz (Group 11), Eddie Kemp, Richard Tavlor (Group 11), 
Pat Lewis, Bill Ullom, Larry Strother, Edward Dutchess, Frank Samoviski, Dick Gorsuch, Jim Harvey. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Carolyn 
Burrows, Danny Morris, Rachel Olinger, Mike Shakelford, Ronnie Smith, Anita Zannier. 




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SEATED: Sharon Ferrell, Counselor; Karen Sturm, Nancy Reger, Jan Eaton, Jan Reger, Gloria Deimel, Marsha Stroble, Joy Riggins, 
Lola Skufe. STANDING: Gerald Lynn Horner, Mike Smedley, Butch Bou;gs, John Hendrick, Ralph William Bailey, Albert Cox, James 
Work, Don Kniceley, Ralph Doolittle, Wendell Collins. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Larry Allen, James Bucy, Cassie Fair, Richard Hawkin- 
berry, Becky Manzo, Tom McLeary, Janeene Miller, and Jim Durkin, Counselor. 





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SEATED: Elaine Germont, Counselor; Paula Casella, Shelia Blair, Barbara Ann Ensminger, 
ton, Diana Booth. STANDING: Stan Merrifield, Cy Krupka, Texan Mayle, John Ols, Doujda 
Counselor. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Virginia Borowski, Carole Bright, Kenton Collins, Dori 
berger, Martin Rosenberg, Larry Vandergrift. 



a Nestor, Joyce Williams, Nancy Den- 
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SEATED: Eileen DeBellis, Linda Moroose, Loretta Ann Martelli, Mary Frances Colebank, Joy Carole Graves, Patty Edgell, Carolyn 
Burrows (Group 13), Carolyn Hoskinson, Jerrie Mankins. STANDING: Sandra Ross, Ronald Ross, David Harris, Paul Garcia, Carl 
Trisler, Kenny Wyer, Jim Oldaker, Bob Cannon, Margaret Yamhor. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Patrick Fowler, William Price, Edward Jos- 
eph Rosenberger, Anthony Tokarz, and Mary Joan Howes and Garry Harper, Counselors. 




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SEATED: Bonnie Poster, Rita Mae Barrow, Linda Bradley, Janet Sloboda, Fredda Ann Price, Sheila Stotler, Carolyn Morosco, 
Karen Pflock. STANDING: Fred Yanero, Counselor; David Moran, Bugs Kaznoski, Lf-ti-r Hart. Charles King, Gordon Rennie, Sandy 
Dotson, David Toothman. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Betty Jo Aberegg, Mary Anderson, Linda Critchfield, Garry Duncan, Lester Hart, 
Michael Moore, Charles Tennant, George Tilko, Charles Walker, and Connie Hunter, Counselor. 




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SEATED: Barbara Sordi, Beverly Price, Carolyn Glover, Sara Slepesky, Sherie Masters, Margaret White, Linda Fultz, Linda New- 
come. STANDING: Paul Pitrolo, Counselor; Phil Rossano, Anthony Verge, Steve Maddaloni, Stan Sniezek, Jack Bradley, Paul 
Slamick, Frank Gallo. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: John Booth, Vince Flaherty, Linda Nutter, Bill Reider, Valerie Schell, John Stewart, 
Chip Thompson, Cliff Thorniley, Robert Turner, and Carol Kay Lucas, Counselor. 




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SEATED: Yvonne Nedrow, Emily Ornduff, Kathleen Reynolds, Dianne Marie David, Darlene Dent, Carole Berdine, Sandy Frazier, 
STANDING: Anthony Deahl, Ronald Elliott, Melvin Chipps, Gene Zara, Butch Jordan, Dick Duncan. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Jerry 
Acord, Leroy Carter, George Casrich, .Marty DeAIoss, Charles Freeland, Robert Gandy, Chick McDonald. Shirley Perkins, Robert 
Saunders, William Securro, Connie Sickle, Nancy Williams, and Janet McFatland and Lyle Shaffer, Counselors. 




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SEATED:: Carl Wagner, Sylvia Louise Black, Flora Lee Harker, Judy Korpita, Terry Droppleman, Martha Merandi, Counselor; Ermo 
Sicher, Counselor; STANDING: Jim Hin/man. Robert Corner, Raymond Dillon, Eddie Brasseur, John Clem, Ed Lawrence, Robert 
Arnett, Carney David Hamilton. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Linda Andrews, Jack Bernardo, Ronald Bissdt, Delores Jakub.-wski, Valeria 
Kallman, Carlotta Maier, Andy Petiacca, Michael Riley, Susan Swearingen, Rhea Walk. 




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SEATED: Bob Hawkins, Janet Fleming, Susie Corder, Fran Reese, Marianne Watson, Patricia Ann Selario, Alice Steele, Charles 
Bolle. STANDING: John Hornyak, Richard Hess, Dick Hedio, Norman Weekley, Leroy Carter (Group 19), Edmund Brown, Ronald 
Stalnaker, John Buchko, Fred Ankeny. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Gene Fisher, Karen Hall, Carol Kisner, Joe Smith, Terry Ann Tucker, 
Emily Wilson, and Patty Sellers and Steve Smith, Counselors. 




SEATED: Linda LeRoy, Beverly Ann Klingensmith, Linda Lee Huber, Mary Ketchem, Jane Edgell, Becky LaRosa. STANDING: Bob 
Ferrell, Counselor; Mike Kovach, Vince Lopez, Frank Lopez, Steve Coulson, Richard Beaty, Bill Oliver. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: 
Frank Cosco, Judith Fowler, Edgel Hall, James Hamilton, Darlene Lasher, Brenda Michael, Maureen Murr, Albert Robinson, Bill 
Robison, Alice Rose, Nancy Stahl, Paul Revere Vincent. 




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SEATED: Carolyn Borowski, Mary Hayes, Carol Graff, Frances DiPalma, Susie Janes, Karen Steele, Barbara Wildman. STANDING: 
Jerry Schell, Linda Fluliarty, Jerry Sue Wilson, Shirley Watson, Counselor; Charlotte Himmelrick, Joyce Ridgway, Steve Toothman. 
UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Dianna Bailey, Sharon Bee, Karen Lee Estep, Nina Sue Hinebaugh, Jimmy Ice, Janet Loomis, Vincent Moroose, 
Sarah Mullennex, Dorothy Tuttle, Peggy Williams, Jeanne Wilson. 




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SEATED: Larry Fred Huggins, Barbara Michael, Maury Blount. STANDING: Bob Hall, David Bell. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Ronald 
Earl Brummage. Robert Joseph Clem, David Dicken, Ralph Craig Geckle, James Goughenour, Robert Francis Hayes, William Keffer, 
Harold Eugene Kieffer, Mary Kulczycki, Alan Keith Miller, Daniel Morris, Gary Newlon, Dale Perkins, William Rennix, Richard 
Stebbins, Evelyn Tucker, Lawrence Tucker, Donald Wilfong, and Tot Reed, Counselor. 



SOROR 

FRATER 



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Meet the Greeks 



Caribbean Cruise on the U.S.S. Alpha- Delt 



UNPHOTOGRAPHED 
Sandra Boord 
Janet Eaton 
Eloyce Parsons Trader 




Nancy Reger Janet Reger Patti Parker 



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Joyce Powers Norma Bankard Liz Bend, 

Officers 1960-61 




Joyce Berdine Brenda Burner Paula Casella Mary Ann Cheuvront 




Janet McFarland Louise McClain Rose Matthews Becky Manzo Mary Joan H( 



2nd Vice President 



Patty Gatski Marie Gargarella, 

Scrapbook 



Emily Springston Nancy Mowrey Carolyn Barnes Elaine Germont Carolyn Browning Betty Ford 

President 1st Vice Pres. 2nd. Vice Pres. Secretary Treasurer Sgt.-at-Arms 




Nancy Bissett Nancy Conwell Joan Cunningham Sheila Flanagan Barbara Hirt Lucy Huey 




Sue Lynch Lois Muto Jane Orr Eileen Quenon Janice Rexrode Suzy Thralls 




Spring Formal 1960 



Homecoming Float 1960 



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Gamma Chi Chi, founded in 1927, holds the honor of being the oldest sorority on the hill and 
one of the most active on campus. 

Activities for the year are: float for Homecoming, Tallow Tea, Pan-Hellenic Christmas dance, 
Founders Day Banquet, song fest, Falconites, Mother-Daughter Banquet, and climaxing the year's ac- 
tivities is the annual spring formal dinner dance at the Fairmont Field Club. 

The Gammas also assist with registration at the college and volunteer as hospital aides. 




Diana Booth Carolyn Borowski Jeanne Conrad 




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Linda Leon Barbara Post Joyce Ridgeway June Robinson Karen Steele Marianne Watson 






President 

First Vice President 

Second Vice President 

Recording Secretary 

Corresponding Secretary 

Treasurer 



UNPHOTOGRAPHED 

Carolyn Shimsky 
Donna Wolf 
Mary Hays 





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Doris Zorich 
Nancy Yates 
Mary DeMary 



Jane Lewis 
Donna Hobbs 
Hope Kimple 
Jane Mays 



Karen Phillips 
Mickey Salina 
Mary Ann Bolton 
Linda Bradley 



Lois Long 



Jo Ann Oliverio 




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Pres. Carol Sue Smith V.P. Barbara Bundy 




Patricia Sellers Emma DeGasperin Carol Kay Lucas Sharon Satterfield Charlotte Anderson Carole Bright Betty Bro 




Judy Byer Margy Carlone Mary Chatham Janice H. Elliot Toddy Gallina Sara A. Haught Delores Herman 



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Gloria Deimel Eileen De Bellis Betty Jane Ericsson Sandy Frazier Joan Hall 




Marilyn Little Jeanne Miller Betty Lu Mitchell Gloria Nestor Carol Nease 




Paula Romano Lola Skuffe Jean Schringer Sandy Waugaman Yvonne Yost Judy Zeck 





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L. A. Wallman presenting Mike 
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the Year Trophy 



Donald Fazio 
Frank Gabor 
John Lough 




Donald Shimskey 
Michael Slaton 
James Swisher 
Richard Thralls 




Mimi Angeline 
John Bitonti 
Richard Clelland 



Larry Lemasters 



Joseph Sergi 
Richard Simmons 
John Tarnowsky 



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Attorney Harry R. Cronin, 
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Edward Schneider, III 



Bennie Ray Walters 
Cecil White 
George Yost 




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Ronald Higgs 



Thomas Miller 
Jan Rodriguez 
James Salina 



1960 Second Semester Officers 
SEATED: V. Pres., Cecil White; Pres., 
George Yost. STANDING: Treas., James 
Cosco; Sec, Gene Piscitelli; Chaplain, Ed 
Schneider, III. Not pictured, Sgt.-at-Arms, 
Michael Currence. 



1961 First Semester Officers 

President _. Cecil White 

Vice President .. - Joe Sergi 

Secretary Tom Miller 

Treasurer John Bitonti 

Sgt.-at-Arms Frank Gabor 

Chaplain James Wise 

Advisor .._ Lawrence Wallman 




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Jim Austin Dave Beckett Ron Cvetican John Chatham Phil Colangelo George Collins 



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Merlin Davidson Evert DeMoss Jim Detrick Ron Everhart Don Fitzwater Lou Geijer 

These men of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity are just completing their first year 
as members of a national fraternity. From 1935 until 1959, they were a local fratern- 
ity, well known as Zeta Sigma. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon is the largest fraternity with a record number of 170 chapters 
throughout the United States. 






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President 

Vice President . 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Historian 
Chaplain 

Pledge Master .... 
Sergeant-at-A rms 



..... Gene Perkins 

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Bart Watson 

Everett De Moss 
.... Phil Colangelo 

Jim Mayfield 

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Dick Moorhead Garry Moyer Martin Johnson Bill Piteleski John Pitchell Charles Reed 



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Peter Albero John Kearney Richard Queen Frank Berarducci Anthony Rosi Gary Ware James Rank 



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George Peoples 
Student Body 
President 



Manuel Hernandes 
Burl Hatfield 
Dave Glover 



Stanley Alsko 



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Roger Marshall 




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William Baber Ronald Baker Charles Berry Bennie Bortle Robert Donley 

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Jack Dulaney Lowell Gray Gary Grenolds Ronald Haught Ronald Jones 

Joe Kiray Robert Loss Jerry Noland Ronald Patsy Ken Patton 



Carl Prusak Robert Skidmore Jack Stemple Don Swisher Harvey Lee Warnick 




Mayhem at Midnight 



Homecoming Madness 



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Stan Burnett Herb Clarkson Don Doland Urban Halke 

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Garry Harper Gary Harter Adam Moscary Carl Moser 



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Tom Nicholson Richard Rial James Shaffer Judd Shuman 

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SEATED: Jean Sabo, Betty Cousins, Mary Chatham, Vice President; Elaine Negie, Emily 
Springston. STANDING: Gina S. Pinto, Karen Phillips, Barbara Hirt, Rachel Whoolery, Mary 
Joan Howes, Shirley Watson, Carol Sue Smith, Vivian L. Gibson. 




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SEATED: Cecil White, Treasurer; George Peoples, William Jaco, Secretary; STANDING: Har- 
vey Lee Warnick, George Yost, Gary Harper, Vice President ; Gene Perkins. 






SEATED: Karen Phillips, Mary Chatham, MaTilyn Little, Barbara Hirt, Mary Joan Howes, 
Susanne Hughes, Rachel Whoolery, Penny Larosa, Lina Shone, Anita Jones, Shirley Watson. 
STANDING: Gary Ware, Tom Miller, Jerry Nolan, Joe Sergi, William Jaco, Robert Donley, 
Lowell Gray, Ronald Higgs, David Glover, Ron Cvetican, Paul J. Pitrolo, David Hibbs, George 
Turley. 





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President of Panhellenic 

Council 



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President of Inter-Fraternity 
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Charles (Tot) Reed, Sergeant-at-Arms; Jean Zeck, Vice President; George Peoples, Presider 
Shirley Watson, Secretary; Robert Ferrell, Treasurer. 




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SEATED: Tot Reed, Jean Zeck, George Peoples, Shirley Watson, Robert Ferrell. STANDING: 
George Turley, Advisor; Bart Watson, Jim Goughenour, Bus Jaco, Fielding Yost, Frank Gabor, 
Jim Frye, Tom Miller. 






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Frank Gabor, President; Jean Criss, Secretary; UNPHO- 
TOGRAPHED: Lucy Huey, Vice President; Pete Zeck, 
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Frank Cosco, Sgt.-at-Arms; Jim Goughenour, President; 
Bill Price, Vice President; Judy Zeck, Secretary. 











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SEATED: Frank Gabor, Bart Watson; George Turley, Advisor; Joe Martin. STANDING: 
John Steadman, Fielding Yost, Lowell Gray, George Peoples, Tot Reed. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: 
Bus Jaco, Bob Ferrell, Mike Currence, G. Wayne Smith, and A. Paul Davisson. 




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SEATED: James A. LaRue, Advisor, William Jaco, President, Anita Jones, Vice President, Rachel 
Whoolery, Secretary, Twyla Queen, Petty Tennant, Jean Fisher, Sarah Smith, Anita McCartney. 
UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Connie Hunter, Barbara Manley, Ethet Garland. 



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SEATED: Eileen Quenon, Alma Ford, President; Miss Jo Ann Lough; Suzy Thralls, Vice Pres- 
ident; Joan Cunningham. STANDING: William Yaremchuk, Michael F. Polednak, Brad Smoker, 
Jerry McKeen, L. A. Wallman. 



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SEATED: Harvey Warnick, Jeanne Hymes, Ida May Williams, Elinor Carroll, President; Martha 
Whiteford, Secretary; Anita Jones, Bob Ferrell, Historian; Edward Schneider, III, Vice President; 
Dick Clelland, Gene Piscitelli, Ronald Jones, C. Judd Shuman, Jerry Turner, John Chatham, 
Paul Joe Pitrolo, Tot Reed, Sgt.-at-Arms. 




SEATED: Betty Ann Ford, Pat Courtney, President, Emily Springston, Secretary-Treasurer. 
STANDING: Elinor Carroll, Vice President, Louis Williams, Co-sponsor, Tom Miller, Judith 
Corley. 








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SEATED: Beverly Bryan, Anita McCartney, Rachel Whoolery; Boyd Howard, Advisor, Ann Rosier, 
Nancy Yates, Beatrice Dawson. STANDING: Ruth Ann Powell, Joyce Looman, Jean Sabo, Suz- 
anne Thralls, Connie Hunter, Pat Brooks, Anita Jones, and Verneda King. 



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SEATED: August J. Palumbo, David Glover, Secretary-Treasurer; Michael Gettings, Vice Pres- 
ident; Pete Albero, President; Anthony Rosi, Eddie Matko, Sam J. Iaquinta III, John Tilko. 
STANDING: Frank Urso, John L. Pitchell, Daniel M. Rourke, Manuel Hernandez Jr., Bennie R. 
Walters, George Peoples, Donald L. Mitchell, James Mayfield, Frank Gabor, Charles Vincent Jr. 



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SEATED: Steve Smith, Freddie Yanero, Karl Gouzd, Cecil White, Frank Gabor, Jim Salina, Bart 
Watson, Marshall Lupo, Ray Stamps. SECOND ROW: Gene Perkins, Brady Moore, Marvin Mc- 
Bride, Frank Savich, Stan Hall, Frank Puskas, Ron Cvetican, Charles Christopher, John Manley. 
THIRD ROW: Jerry Turner, Michael Currence, Don May, Joe Wilson, Ron Everhart, Pete Zeck, 
Edward Mahalick, Waldo Walker. 




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SEATED: Barbara DeBerry, Mary Hinkins, Elizabeth Weimer, Dottie Marsh; John Frye, Presi- 
dent; Gene Walter; Jeanne Hymes, Secretary; Sue Shirley, Harriet Shaw, Jonnie Erdie. SEC- 
OND ROW: Jo Ann Snyder, Hallie Jo Wark, Beverly Klingensmith, Ruthann North, Barbara 
Ensminger, Sandra Cox, Judy Korpita, Penny Dawson, Deanna Calich, Sandra Ross, Karen Queen, 
Lena Kupfner, Loretta Ann Martelli, Margaret Yambor, Betsy Heim. THIRD ROW: Robert Har- 
man, William Cork. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Todd Leuholt, Ray Shadis, Cy Krupka, Mike Poled- 
nak, Larry Schoonmaker, Terry Silk, Bill Yaremchuk. 



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In 1959 the Independents elected Ray Shadis as their president. Ray worked dili- 
gently during his term and bolstered the morale and prestige of the organization. 

Elections were held on April 26, 1960 and the new officers were: Terry Silk, Pres- 
ident; Dottie Marsh, Vice President; Jeanne Hymes, Secretary; Mike Polednak, Treas- 
urer; and Gene Walter, Sgt.-at-Arms. On the first week of May it was decided that 
the Independents should become the Organized Independents and adopt the name 
Centurions — men of loyalty and leadership who were captains of the Roman army. 

On December 5, 1960 a new president, John Frye, was appointed by Terry Silk, 
who resigned. This gave John a double responsibility — president and the student 
council representative for the Independents on campus. 

In one year the Centurions have grown from an organization of 25 to one of 52 
members plus two advisors, Wesley Ryals and J. Bradley Smoker. The Centurions 
also built a float for the '60 Homecoming parade. The theme— BLAST 'EM, FAL- 
CONS! 



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SEATED: Margaret Yambor, Paul Pitrolo, Rose Moran. SECOND ROW: Regina Petitto; Mary Lou Secreta, Secretary; Mary Fran- 
ces Colebank, Lois Muto. Eileen Quenon, Marie Gargarella, Elizabeth Benda, Eileen DeBellis, Sandra Ross, Patti Parker, Elaine 
Germont. THIRD ROW: Ermo Sicher. Treasurer; Anthony Verge, Mary Joan Howes, Terry Droppleman, Martha Merandi, Butch 
Mohrman, Ron Grottendick. Andrew Konick, Connie Fabian, Paula Romano, Peggy Waltz, Paul DiBacco, Bill Yaremchuk. FOURTH 
ROW: Jean Sabo; Betty Cousins, Vice President; Emma DeGasperin. 



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SEATED: Rachel Whoolery. Melba Mallow. Ronald Jones, Glenda Hathaway; Virginia Palmer, Alvisor; Lowell Gray, Dottie Smith, 
Geraldine Wright, Lois Nedrow, Louise McClain. SECOND ROW: Ida May Williams, Ann Talbot. Mary McClain, Sandra Cox, Dean- 
na Calich, Linda Moroosc, Carolyn Conrad, Pauline Wright, Barbara Spiker, Joyce Looman, Linda Toothman, Hope Kimpel, Jeanne 
Hymes, Betty Lou Mitchell. THIRD ROW: Jim Dumire, Albert Cox, Garry Harper, Charles Berry, Bill Ullom, Stan Burnett, Ralph 
Doolittle, Jim Work, Jim McGarvey. 



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SEATED: Carole Mantalbano, Mary Ann Cheuvront, Mary Shear, Helen Logsdon, Carole Lushinsky, Alice Steele, Linda Lou LeRoy, 
Judith Arnett, Jo Ann Snyder. SECOND ROW: Charles Lucas, Ronald Baker, Jean Norris, Lois Nedrow, Rachel Whoolery, Valeria 
Kullman, Yvonne Yost, Ronald Lang, John Schneider. THIRD ROW : Larry Gaudet, Charlie Berry, Robert Carl Moser. 



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SEATED: Twyla Queen, Nancy Conwell, Marianne Bell, Mary Hinkins, Jean Sabo, Peggy Waltz, Mary Joan Howes, Martha Virginia 
Merandi, Deanna Calich, Jonnie Erdie. STANDING: Jeanne Hymes, Ann Talbot, Jocelyn Velti, Anthony Verge, Frank Gabor; Bus 
Jaco, President; Ted Pettit, Treasurer; Charlie Berry, Jim Hickman, Eddie Daniel, Joe Martin, Patty Sellers, Karen Queen, Dottie 
Marsh. 






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SEATED: Mary McClain, Betty Ann Tennant, Jean Mackie, Shirley Watson, Mary Shear, Helen Logsdon, Elizabeth Ann Weimer, 
Secretary; Betty Lu Mitchell, Pat Warthan, Treasurer, Barbara Spiker. STANDING: Sharon Ferrell, Bob Ferrell, Dick Clelland, 
Tom Miller, John Frye; Steve Smith, President; Ronnie Everhart, George Peoples, Robert Harman, John Myers, Charles Vin- 
cent; Andrew Frye, Vice President; Mary Jill Vincent. 



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SEATED: Carolyn Hoskinson, Mary Frances Colebank, Frances Marie Barber, Bobbin Nesbitt, Elaine Negie, Gloria Nestor, Mary Lou 
Secreta, Giovana Beafore, Barbara Spiker. SECOND ROW: Janet Louise Smith, Kathy Kimmell, Marie Gargarella, Jean Mackie, 
Veronica Tiano, June Robinson, Diana Booth, Sylvia Mclntyre, Karen Pflock. THIRD ROW: Kay Cline, Becky Mercer, Kathleen 
Reynolds, Linda Lou Lieving, Linda Looman, Penny Larosa, Karen Poe, Sylvia Black, Penny Heiskell, Nanette Michael. 




The scene above shows a commercial conference at F.S.C 

Every two years the business department of the college sponsors 

teachers. 



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ACTIVITIES 

September : Freshman Coke Party 

December: Christmas Wrapping Party 

March: St. Patrick's Day Dinner 

April: High School Commercial Day 

Easter recess : Trip to Pittsburgh 

May: Senior Luncheon for Fu-Se-Fa's graduates 




Office practice students at F.S.C. visit several modern offices during semester field trips. Here 
a group observes the operation of a check writing machine used in the offices of Monongahela 
Power Co. 



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FIRST ROW: Charlotte Anderson, Carole Zahrndt, Carolyn Barnes, Peggy Jo Wentz, Hallie Jo Wark, Leah Kramer, Joy Riggins, 
Carol Christian, Rose Mary Vanata, Jacky Wilson, Norma Bankard, Barbara Manley, Judy Crouser. SECOND ROW: Betty Cou- 
sins, Sue Shirley, Gloria Fluharty, Judy Zeck, Elizabeth Benda, Joann DeMaria, Sandy Frazier, Joy Graves, Gloria Deimel, Pauline 
Wright, Harriet Shaw. THIRD ROW: Marsha Woods, Joy Mason, Hope Kimpel, Joyce Berdine, Donna Wolfe, Paula Romano, Nancy 
Yates, Donna Hobbs. 








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SEATED: Carolyn Conrad, Kay Romine, Glenda Hathaway, Alice O'Connor, Louis Oliverio, Joyce Looman, Dottie Smith, Virginia 
Palmer, Advisor; Martha Virginia Merandi, Darlene Ice. SECOND ROW: Richard P. Wellock, Advisor; Don Gamble, Margie Kisner, 
Ruthann North, Constance Conaway, Waverly Snider, Linda Toothman, Margaret White, Linda LeRoy; Jay E. Robinson, and 
Wesley Gragson, Advisors. THIRD ROW: Phil Rossano, John Puffenbarger, Adam Gregory Morsary Jr., Robert Ellis, Lowell Gray, 
Sam Stewart II, Gary Harper, Keith Phillips, Frank Gallo. 




'PcUntHOHt State &Me?c S<suul 



FIRST ROW: John Puffenbarger, Phillis Sanders, Robert Donley, Kathryn Miller, Constance Conaway, Karen Estep, Sam Stewart, 
Susan Huels, Pat Warthan, Waverly Snider, Roger Martin. SECOND ROW: Phil Rossano, Sandra Cox, Ann Talbot, Dorothy Smith, 
Frank Callo, James Work, Clinton Phillips, William Greenlee, Garry Harper, James Dumire, Richard Taylor, Timothy Palmer, Harriet 
Shaw, Ralph Doolittle, J. Walter Smith, Joanne Lechara, Charles Dodge, Frederick Hayes. THIRD ROW: Alex Bolea, Barbara Post, 
Mary Ann Nanni, Joe Smith, Charles Fortney, Donald Shultz, Adam Mocsary, Marilyn Little, Ronald Baker, Louis Oliverio, Gary Huff- 
man, Lowell Gray, Alice O'Connor. STANDING: Carl Wagner, Sam DeMaria, Hope Kimple, Bob Stemple, Larry Schoonmaker, 
Kathleen O'Connor; Wesley Gragson, Director. 




?<UfuH*Ht State &>Ueae 06*i* 



SEATED: Rose Moran, Barbara Spiker, Linda Toothman, Joyce Looman, Gloria Glasgow, Melba Mallow, Glenda Hathaway, Kay 
Romine, Janet McFarland, Teresa Gallina, Anita Jones, Marilyn Little. SECOND rfOW: Joan Hall, Sharon Ferrell, Linda LeRoy, Betsy 
Heim, Jane Mays, Margaret White, Donna Finley, Trudy Lombard, Paula Casella, Ann Reynolds, Sue Lynch, Lola Skufe, Susie 
Hinebaugh, Mary McClain, Ruthann North; Jay Robinson, Director. THIRD ROW: Margie Kisner, Delores Herman, Darlene Ice, 
Kathleen Reynolds, Donna Current, Faye Snyder, Barbara Berry, Linda Looman, Sherie Masters, Carolyn Bartlett, Marianne Watson, 
Eileen Quenon, Carol Kisner, Joyce Ridgway, Lila DeVault. FOURTH ROW: Lois Nedrow, Joyce Williams, Doug DeFelippo, Jim 
Wise, Phil Rossano, Louis Oliverio, Robert Clem, Bill Ullom, Thomas Lohman, John Schneider, Frank Gallo, Roy Tracey, Sam De- 
Maria, Constance Conaway, Elaine Germont. FIFTH ROW: Rolet a Smith, Martha Merandi, Brian Cole, John Schroeder, Ronald Reed, 
John W. LeVind, James A. Wilcox, Lowell Gray, William Baber, Garry Harper, Marshall Schroeder, Terry White, James Swiger, Adam 
Mocsary, Barbara Straight, Alice O'Connor. 



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Lowell Gray ; Richard Wellock, Advisor. 




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James Swiger, Frank Gallo, Phil Rossano, John Puffenbarger. 



Sam DeMaria, Adam G. Mocsary, Lowell Gray, Frank Gallo. 




Marilyn Little, Louis Oliverio, Joe Smith, Lowell Gray, Alice O'Connor, Charles Dodge, Don Gamble. 




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?inat Setnette* StemeKtasty Student ~7eae6enA 

SEATED: Kay Miller, Judy Mullenex, Nancy Wever, Joyce Looman, Marian Clayton. STANDING: Jean Criss, Dorothy Sharp, Clora 
Marple, Alice O'Connor, Sister Mary Thomas Hicks. 



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SEATED: Clarence Harvey, June High,* Frances Fast, Kay Miller, Joyce Looman, Carol Baker, Judy Mullenex, Suzy Thralls, Betty 
Carr, Boyd Howard. SECOND ROW: Rose Ella Bowman, Verneda King, Ethel Garland, Ruth Ann Powell, Mary DeMary, Alice O'Con- 
nor, Angela Lecharia, Beverly Bryan, Anita Jones, Joan Cunningham. THIRD ROW: John Jenkins, Richard Spencer, Merlin David- 
son, Sidney Popovich, Chester Brooks, Tom Tatterson, Sherril Shuman, Richard McKinney, Gary Harper, Dave Chapman. 




Second Seme&tex StemeKtany Student 7eae6€t& 

SEATED: Ida May Williams, Marilyn Ferguson, Esta Wageley, Anita McCartney, Lois Stull. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Binnix, Le- 
nore Albera, Geraldine Wright, Patsy Ash, Alma Woods Pica, Jean Zeck. THIRD ROW: Clora Marple, Jean Sabo, Merle Lowe, San- 
dra Haggerty, Emily Springston. FOURTH ROW: John A. McPhee, Ronald Garrison, Robert Watson, Norman R. Pickstone, John 
Puffenbarger. 




Second Seme&te* SecoHd&tty Student ^eucucn^ 

SEATED: Connie Hunter, Ida May Williams, Pat Krupinski, Nancy Mowrey, Betty Ann Ford, Margaret Strother, Helen Logsdon, 
Pat Courtney, Ann Rosier, Regina Petitto, Karen Lynch. SECOND ROW: Boyd D. Howard, Sophia Sustus, Martha Whiteford, Rita 
Wilson, Harry T. Scritchfield, Harvey Lee Warnick, James Shaner, Barbara Bundy, Joyce Powers, Donna Harrold, Beatrice Dawson, 
Frances Ruggiero, John Puffenbarger. THIRD ROW: Michael Kearney, Ernest J. Wilson. Donald R. Fazio, Raymond Murray, Ralph 
Momeyer, John Chatham, Richard E. Weinheimer, Frank Oliverio, Freddie Yanero, Gary Ware, Fred Hayes, George Zeck, Thomas 
West, Bart Watson, Gerald W. Burner, Thomas L Salvati, Jerry Turner, Ronald H. Campbell, Mike Currence, Paul Willis, James 
Austin, Eugene Piscitelli, Norman Allison, Samuel Bellotte. 



Student Rational State SducatcoK rft&ociatiot 

SEATED: Ann Rosier, Carole Zahrndt, Helen Logsdon; Nancy Yates, President; Betty Ann Tennant, Secretary; Betty Lu Mitchell, 
Mary Hinkins, Marilyn A. Williamson. SECOND ROW: Beatrice Dawson, Louise McClain, Geraldine Wright, Carol Nease, Carole 
Montalbano, Rose Angela Moran, Joan Hall, Karen Queen. THIRD ROW: Regina Petitto, Marian M. Clayton, Alice O'Connor, Mary 
Lou Secreta, Dorothy Sharp. 




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SEATED: Bita Mae Barrow, Melba Mae Mallow; Sylvia Mclntyre, Secretary; Jocelyn Veltri, Vice President; Dottie Marsh, Pres- 
ident; Mary Joan Howes, Vice President: Janeille Eichelberger, Ann Rosier, Carol Nease. SECOND ROW: Beatrice Dawson, Jacque- 
line Wilson, Betty Jo Brown, Donna Finley, Karen Poe, Carole Bright, Linda Lou Lieving, Rebecca Hollandsworth, Hope Kimpel, 
April McCIung. Marie Gargarella. THIRD ROW: Gertrude Hall, Advisor; Mary Lou Smith, Violet Wilmoth, Nancy Bissett, Hazel Staf- 
ford, Donna Hobbs, Imogene Spurlock, Elaine Negie, Gloria Solomon; Melva C. Hess, Advisor. 




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SEATED: Carolyn Conrad; Sandy Boord, Secretary-Treasurer; Linda Seccuro, Vice President; Gary Ware, President; Joe Martin, Ser- 
geant at arms; Shirley Watson. SECOND ROW: Mary Chatham, Paul J. Pitrolo, Steve Smith, Ron Parrish, Bus Jaco, Anita Jones. 



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SEATED: Dick Clelland, Sharon Ferrell, Freddie Yanero, Gretchen VanDyke, George Peoples, Martha Virginia Merandi, Gene Perk- 
ins, Patty Sellers, Joe Martin. SECOND ROW: Carol Kay Lucas, Nancy Yates, Shirley Watson, Mary Joan Howes, Peggy Waltz, 
Nancy Conwell, Jean Zeck, Elaine Germont, Carol Sue Smith. THIRD ROW: Tom Miller Jr., John Bitonti, Garry Harper, Stan Hall, 
Steve Smith, Ron Cvetican, Ermo Sicher, Tot Reed. UNPHOTOGRAl'HED: John Chatham, Lucy Huey, Bus Jaco, Suzy Thralls, 
Rachel Whoolery, Jim Durkin, Connie Hunter, Janet McFarland, Lyle Shaffer. 



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FIRST ROW : Judy Zeck, Barbara Bundy, Jennie Lou Sike, Dottie Marsh. SECOND ROW: Patty Sellers, Toddy Gallina, Shirley Wat- 
son, Linda Lou Lieving, Carol Bee. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Lucy Huey, Dixie Lamb. 



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SEATED: William Yaremchuk; Jo Ann Lough, Director of Debate; Alma Ford, Stan Burnett. 
STANDING: James Goughenour, Jerry McKeen. UNPHOTOGRAPHED: Suzy Thralls. 




SEATED: Darlene Dent, Lyn Condit, Sara Slepesky; Kathryn Manuel, Treasurer; Alma Ford, Vice President; Joe Sergi, Sergeant 
at Arms; Carolyn Sessions, President; Eileen Quenon, Secretary; Linda Moroose, Mary Frances Simon, Mary Ketchem. SECOND ROW: 
Jim Work, William Yaremchuk, Rose Matthews, Carole Berdine, Lillian Poe Beeson; Jo Ann Lough, Advisor; Judy Wilt, Carole 
Lushinsky, Jane Edgell, Jim Dumire, L. A. Wallman, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Joe Walters, Jerry McKeen, Roger Marshall, Michael 
Polednak, James Goughenour; Brad Smoker, Advisor; Albert Cox, Fred Flanagan, Jim Oldaker, Charles Bolle. 



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March 11, 12, 1960 



by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee 
Directed by: J. Bradley Smoker 
Set by: L. IL Williams 

Cast: Billy Riggs, Ann Williams, Joan Williamson, Chuck Woods, Steve Watson, Carol Pearson, 
Bob Kaprelian, Stan Burnett, Hallie Wark, Sam DeMaria, Don Dolan, Pat Moore, Suzy Thralls, 
Bill Randolf, Joan Cunningham, Bill Yaremchuck, Carl McKinney, Sherrill Shuman, Willie Stout, 
Beth Williams, Jed Youmans, Mike Polednak, Pete Gasparino, Alma Ford, Ellen Sturm, Joe 
Sergi, Fred Flanagan, Eileen Quenon, Bill Dawson, Jerry McKeen, George Yost, Mike Kotarba, 
James Ford. 



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April 28, 29, 1960 



by Eugene O'Neill 

Directed by: Jo Ann Lough 

Set by: J. Bradley Smoker 

Cast: Will Stout, Sharon Kniceley, Don Cheuvront, Suzy Thralls, Betty Ann Richardson, Michael 

Polednak, Jerry McKeen, Steve Watson, Tom Dawson, Nancy Conwell, Fred Flanagan, Teresa 

Gallina, Peter Gasparino, Fred Toothman, Martha Whiteford. 



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October 28, 29, 1960 



by Thornton Wilder 
Directed by: Jo Ann Lough 
Set by: J. Bradley Smoker 

Cast: Mike Polednak, Toddy Gallina, Jay Childs, Lillian Poe, Carolyn Sessions, Sue Lynch, Bill 
Yaremchuck, Eileen Quenon, Fred Flanagan, Jerry McKeen, Jim Dumire, Jim Goughenour, Rob- 
ert Ellis, Robert Sherman, Judy Herndon, Lyn Condit, Alma Ford, Jim Oldaker, Janet 
Eaton, Betty Ford, Joe Walters, Pat Burns. 



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December 9, 10, 196Q 



by Patricia Joudry 

Directed by: J. Bradley Smoker 

Set by: J. Bradley Smoker 

Cast: Mary Frances Simon, Judy Wilt, Sarah Slepesky, Kathy Manuel, Jay Childs, Jane Edgell, 

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FIRST ROW: Wilson, (mgr.), Christopher, Moats, MaUoy, Perkins, Bickel, Johnson, Singledecker, Beckett, Stalnaker, Chontos. 
SECOND ROW: McBride, (mgr.), Duvall, (Head Coach), Lewis, Sinsel, Rennie, Ketterman, Fugera, Moyer, Beasley, Kalin, Meeks, 

Frye, Clark. 
THIRD ROW: Hoog, <mgr.), Butcher, Quattro, Freeland, Currence, Allen, Stimmel, Walker, Knicely, Farley, Hilton, Guin, Bundy, 

(Student Coach). 
FOURTH ROW: Starcher, Wasorovich, Julian, DeMoss, Shaner, Acord, Allison, Newbrough, Cosco, Cardwell, Mahalick, Trefz, Floyd, 

(Asst. Coach). 



^ecUcatioH, 



We, the faculty, Mound Staff, and students of Fairmont State College dedicate this 
Sports Section of the 1961 Mound to our Falcon Football Team. 

We congratulate the football squad on its outstanding 1960 season. This year, with 
a record of eight wins and one loss, the Falcons are distinguished and honored for 
winning the first West Virginia Bowl Conference. In the past decade the Falcons 
have had a remarkable record with sixty-three wins, twenty-one losses, and one tie. 

We also congratulate Coach Harold S. "Deacon" Duvall. Since 1952, when he 
came to Fairmont State, "Deacon" has had fifty-five wins, fifteen losses, and one tie. 
Coach Duvall has also led the team to four Conference Championships and one bowl 
title. In the last two years, Coach Duvall has received much assistance from Mr. Wil- 
liam Floyd. Mr. Floyd is a graduate of Ohio State University. 

We thank you, Coaches Duvall and Floyd and the football team, for a job well done 
and we ask you to keep up the good work. 

We wish you much luck in the future. 



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COACH WILLIAM FLOYD 



STUDENT COACH JOE BUNDY 




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Sept. 17 FSC— Shepherd 13 

Fairmont State College once again enjoyed a highly 
successful football campaign under the coaching of Har- 
old "Deacon" Duval and his staff, and through the de- 
termined efforts of a fighting Falcon team. 

Shepherd quickly displayed their fine backfield run- 
ning with an 81 yard touchdown run. Roy Meeks drove 
over to put Fairmont back in the game and the Falcons 
led 7-6 at halftime. After another long Shepherd scoring 
run, Marty DeMoss provided the Falcons with a hard 
earned victory with his 4 yard plunge and conversion. 



Sept. 24 FSC 19— Davis-Elkins 

Fairmont blanked the Senators with a fine team ef- 
fort. George Stimmel scored first from 2 yards out. 
Quarterback Kent Malloy opened up the Fairmont aerial 
attack with a 20 yard touchdown pass to Jim Shaner. 
In the final quarter Mo Kaline pulled in another fine 
Malloy strike to end the scoring. 



Oct. 1 FSC 33— West Virginia Wesleyan 

After a very hard-fought first half of play the Falcon 
scoring threat became a reality with 27 points in the sec- 
ond half. Jim Shaner opened the scoring barrage smash- 
ing over from 11 yards out. The defensive unit put on 
a show of alertness and savvy when Gene Perkins inter- 
cepted a Wesleyan pass and scampered 45 yards to pay 
dirt. Gorden Rennie duplicated on an intercepted pitch- 
out and it was a rout. The scoring parade ended as Bob 
Newbrough bulled through for a touchdown. 



Oct. 8 FSC 7— Concord 20 

Concord came to town with a very rugged upset-minded 
squad which succeeded in handing the Falcons their only 
setback of the season. Behind 14-0 at halftime, Fairmont 
never quite got their attack going. George Stimmel 
scored the lone Falcon touchdown in the closing minutes 
of the game. 



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Oct. 15 FSC 2£— Salem 12 

Salem enjoyed an early lead but Fairmont was to re : 
gain their winning ways. Trailing in the final period of 
play, Falcon standout Gene Beasley turned in the spar- 
kling performance as he stormed over from 16 yards out 
and followed up with a pass interception good for an- 
other touchdown. Fairmont's stout defensive unit held on 
for a well-earned victory. 



Oct. 22 FSC 21— West Virginia Tech 12 

Tech jumped off to an early 12-0 lead and it looked 
like a long night ahead for the. Falcons. However Marty 
DeMoss and George Stimmel put new life in the Fair- 
mont attack as they scored on runs of 1 and 4 yards to 
set up a 14-12 halftime lead. Reliable George Stimmel 
drove through for the winning touchdown as the Falcons 
once again staged a 4th quarter rally. 



Oct. 29 FSC 7— Glenville 

With the conference championship up for grabs this 
game turned into a real defensive battle. Living up to 
their title "Hercules Hardheads," the Falcon defensive 
unit played rugged football and waited for a scoring 
break. It came in the final period when Bob Newbrough 
bucked through from the 3 for the game's only touch- 
down. 



Nov. 12 FSC 13— West Liberty 

Before a large Homecoming crowd Fairmont played 
inspired ball defeating West Liberty and wrapping up 
another West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Confer- 
ence Championship. Mo Kalin and Gene Beasley teamed 
up to give the Falcons the necessary scoring punch". 








Nov. 24 FSC 13— Salem 7 

Fairmont State College became the first West Vir- 
ginia Bowl winner by edging Salem in a real hard- 
fought contest. The Falcons dominated play throughout 
the first half and took a 6-0 halftime lead on the strength 
of Roy Meeks' touchdown. Jim Shaner added another 
Fairmont tally in the 3rd stanza on the five yard run. 
Salem gave the Falcon pass defense one of the stiffest 
tests of the season as they took to the air with a torrid 
passing attack, only to be halted with timely interceptions 
by Gene Beasley and Roy Meeks. Roy Meeks was voted 
the game's outstanding player. 



Bowl Game Actioi 




GEORGE STIMMEL BUD BICKEL BILL STALNAKER COACH DUVALL 



COACH H. S. DUVALL 




S<z46et6*U ~7e**K 



COACH DAVIS 




StutetfcUt Schedule 



SHRINER TOURNAMENT 

Fairmont 74 Glenville 



Fairmont 108 Alderson-Broaddus 89 



REGULAR SEASON 



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Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
Fairmont 
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Potomac State ... 

West Liberty 

Glenville 

W. Va. Wesleyan 
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Salem ____ 

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Potomac State 

Shepherd 

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Wheeling 

California 

West Liberty 

Shepherd 

W. Va. Wesleyan _ 

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WVIAC TOURNEY 

Fairmont 79 Wheeling 



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SEASON RECORD 



W. Va. Tech 

W. Va. State 

W. Va. Wesleyan .... 

Wins 14 



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Losses 12 



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FIRST ROW: Keedy, Beckett, Sike, Albert, Guin, Veltri. SECOND ROW: Wolfe, Horwitz, Clark, Moyer, Kalin, Dannaway, Watkins, 
Bowman, Sprigg. THIRD ROW: Gorsuch, Parker, Fleming, Bortle, Little, Thornton, Winter, Collins, Deahl, Smith, Burnett, Mc- 



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FIRST ROW: Yanero, Chatham, Davidson, Tomlinson, Moore, Schinto, Wolfe, Manley, Parker, LeVind. SECOND ROW: Coach Cole, 
Lupo, Cvetican, Colangelo, Wilcox, P. Zeck, Wilson, Pearson, J. Zeck, Shaffer, Noland. THIRD ROW: Deahl, West, Clarkson, Halke, 
Elliott, Wood, Nagy, Bernardo, Petiacca, Kearney. 




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FIRST ROW: Helminski, Larry Ott, Shaner, Lonnie Ott, Davidson, Salina, Jezioro. SECOND ROW: Naunchik, Beckett, Tedrick, 
Rosi, Sergi, Willet, Gabor, Gouzd, Puskas. THIRD ROW: Shinto, Geijer, Higgins, Kriznor, Galick, Shaffer, Coach Wilson. FOURTH 
ROW : Horwitz, Wilk, Jennison, West, G. Zeck, Toothman. 



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FIRST ROW: May, Steadman, Owen, Beasley, Chontos, Youmans, Perkins. SECOND ROW: VanGilder, Conaway, Everhart Fugera 
Jenkins, Turner, Horton, Thompson. THIRD ROW: Watson, Hall, Cvetican, Musgrave, Dyche, Kendsior, Dulaney, Keedy, McCutcheon, 
Ogden, Coach Davis. 



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FIRST ROW: Mary Chatham, Joy Mason, Charlotte Anderson, Betty Brown, Norma Bankard, Emma DeGasperin, Barbara Manley, 
Patty Zappacosta, Betty Cousins, Gloria Dkemel, Donna Harrold, Rita Wilson, Eileen Tally. SECOND ROW: Jackie Wilson, 
Yvonne Rose, Joy Riggins, Lorraine Lambernedis, Augusta Ashley, Billie Smith, Barbara Bundy, Hope Kimpel, Judith Arnett, 
Hally Wark, Leah Kramer, Sandy Frazier, Marsha Woods. THIRD ROW: Patti Parker, Carolyn Poe, Mary Lou Secreta, Carol 
Graff, Carole Zahrndt, Joyce Berdine, Lou Sterling, Sue Shirley, Harriet Shaw, Sally Parsons, Donna Hobbs, Sharon De- 
Moss, Carolyn Barnes, Jill Robertson, Rachel Whoolery, Linda Moroose. 




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1 1 1 Tenth Street 


DINING AND DANCING 
Specializes in Italian Spaghetti 

and Caters to 
Private Parties and Banquets 


Phone 
1520 


Located on Route 19 




Rivesville Morgan Town Pike 


Let Quality Be Your Guide 




Shop 

SPRINGER'S 


MARION PAPER, INC. 


Fine Furniture and Appliances 




1 1 7 Fairmont Avenue 




PHONE 2169 
Fairmont, West Virginia 


Complete Packaging Program for Gro- 




cery and Department Stores — Serv- 
ing All Types of Business and Industry. 




RAWLINGS 




OPTICIANRY 




Finest Eyewear 
in Fashion and Quality 


6th AND BELTLINE 


Nothing You Buy . . . 


Fairmont 4520 


Costs So Little 




. . . Yet Gives You So Much 




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The Complete 
Department- 
Store 



Serving the People of % 

the Monongahela Valley 

for 84 Years 






Our 

Congratulations 

to the Class 

of '61! 



FAIRMONT W. VA. 
Phone 2010 



Congratulations 

SAURO'S CLEANERAMA 

Laundry and Dry Cleaning 

PHONE 4730 FAIRMONT 

Drive-In Service and One-Hour Service 

5 Minute Automatic Car Wash 

201 MERCHANT STREET 
Fairmont Hotel, 600 Fairmont Ave. 



SMITTY'S-M. & H. 

Budweiser on Tap 

Good Friends Meet Here 
Hot Dogs — Sandwiches 
508 Locust— Phone 9626 



FAIRMONT 
ALUMINUM COMPANY 



Subsidiary of 
Cerro De Pasco Corporation 



FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 



Summer Sc/tool I960 



John Lough, President of the 1960 Summer 
School, gives a kiss to Queen Linda Lieving as 
Mary Jane Williams, last year's queen, looks on. 





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COMMUNITY 
SAVINGS BANK 
AND TRUST CO. 

FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 



THE SPORT STORE 

Fishing Tackle — Hunting Equipment 
A Complete Sporting Goods Store 




312 Monroe Street 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 

Phone 4376 



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FAIRMONT 

COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC. 

Fairmont, W. Va. 




FAIRMONT AMERICAN LAUNDRY 

ONE HOUR DRY CLEANING 

Across From Fairmont Theatre 

Phone 77 One Stop Service 



TARLETON BUICK 

FAIRMONT 



Compliments of 

G. C. MURPHY CO. 

Fairmont's 
Complete Variety Store 



Education is the Foundation 
of Higher Civilization 



Enjoy Life at the 

PALACE RESTAURANT 



West Va.'s Most Famous Since 1919 
Known From Coast to Coast 

College Students' Homestead 
FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 



We Don't Want ALL 

The Business 

Just Yours 

Where Customers Become Friends 

FAIRMONT PRINTING 

& 
OFFICE FURNITURE CO. 

Hunsaker Building, 210-212-214 Ogden Avenue 

TELEPHONE 5400 

FAIRMONT, WEST VIRGINIA 



Oldest and Largest 
Commercial Printing Plant 
In Northern West Virginia 



ELLIS RESTAURANT 

Located at 

SUNSET 

DRIVE-IN THEATER 

On Clarlcsburg-Shinnston Road 



Your One Stop for the Best 
jn Food and Movies 



"Quality Is Our Motto" 
JOHN AND TONY ELLIS 



For all college affairs, and whenever the 

occasion calls for FLOWERS 

Visit 

WEBERS 




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219 Jefferson Street 
Phone 8045 







JAY'S MARKET 

901 Locust Ave. 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 

Charge Accounts Accepted 



'One Block from FSC Campus' 



Phone 436 for Free Delivery 



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CAMPUS DESIGNED 
WITH YOU IN MIND! 

MEN OF FAIRMONT STATE— our College Shop was designed 
with YOU in mind — and you'll find proof positive that you don't 
have to be a B.M.O.C. (Big Man On Currency) to dress like a V.I. P. 
(Victori lui Personnus)* when you see our big wonderful selections. 



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STORE 



ADAMS at MONROE in FAIRMONT 











VOGUE SHOP 

FAIRMONT'S 
Most Fashionable Shop 











TWIN OAKS RESTAURANT 

Chicken — Steak — Shrimp 
Pizza Pie — Hoagies 

Open at I I a.m. Weekdays 

Sundays at 4:00 p.m. 

Close at Midnight — Sunday Thru Thursday 

Friday and Saturday at 2:00 a.m. 

VI 2-2891 BRIDGEPORT, W. VA. 



Artcarved 

and 

Wed-Lok 

Diamond 

Rings 



Stieff 
Sterling 

China 

and 

Crystal 



SUMMERFIELD'S JEWELRY 

Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing 

105 ADAMS STREET 

We Give "S&H" Green Stamps 



Best Wishes from 

STANDARD 
FURNITURE COMPANY 

Fairmont's Largest and 
Friendliest Furniture Store 



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PIANOS 

• Baldwin 

• Story and Clark 

• Wurlitzer 



KLINGENSMITH 
MUSIC, INC. 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 



BAND INSTRUMENTS 

• Conn 

• Leblanc 

• Olds 




Davis Furniture and Appliance 

PHONE 1642 

89 FAIRMONT AVE. 

FAIRMONT, WEST VA. 



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HENRY & HARDESTY, INC. 

Insurance and Bonding 



316 MONROE ST. 
Fairmont W. Va. 
Telephone 2900 




Congratulations 
to the Class of '61 

GROSSMAN JEWELERS 

216 Adams St.— One Door North 

of City National Bank 

Your Charge Account Welcome 



LEE THEATRE 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 
Special Student Price 50c 



JIMMY MORGAN'S MUSIC SHOP 



229 Meredith Street 
Phone 359 




King, Selmer, and Bundy Instruments 
Instrument Repair Service 




McATEER'S 

Magazines-|-Film-' r Gifts 

Fountain Service 
Sandwiches — Light Lunch 

Pizza Pies 

1316 Locust Ave. Phone 9712 

STUDENTS WELCOME 



MAY BROTHERS 

Builders Supplies 

PHONE 2312-3 

Fairmont, West Virginia 



LEVINE'S 

Men's Wear 

Women's Wear 

323 ADAMS STREET PHONE 1085 

Fairmont, West Virginia 



SELECT PASTRIES 

217 Monroe St. Phone 682 

DONUTS COOKIES 

The Best in Town 



FOR PARTIES 



RESERVATIONS 



PHONE MA 3-171 1 




Air Conditioned Dining Room 

813 E. Pike Street 

CLARKSBURG, W. VA. 




ONA 
DANCE STUDIO 

All Types Taught 

PHONE 5217 
410 Ogden Ave. 
Fairmont, W. Va. 




The Answer 

to a Basement 

Full of Wet 

Laundry — 

Have Your Family 

See Their Dealer 

for a 
"Space Saving" 
ELECTRIC PAIR 



MONONGAHELA 
POWER CO. 




WASHER & DRYER! 



PAGE'S EAST SIDE 
PASTRY SHOPPE 

Cakes for All Occasions 
FREE DELIVERY 

917 Morgantown Ave. 

21 1 Diamond St. 

TELEPHONE 273 

Open 6 A.M. to 10 P.M. 


The HOOD Agency, 

All Kinds of Insurance 

408 FAIRMONT AVE. 

Phone 1500 

or 

366-4050 


Inc. 


"COOKED by ALICE" 

THE PLANTATION 

RESTAURANT 

Sea Food — Steaks 

Chicken — Chops 

Regular Dinners 

"Cooked as You Like It" 

We Cater to Private Parties 

PHONE 785 


MERLE NORMAN 


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Free Demonstrations 
on 
Skin Care and Make-Up ! 

309 Cleveland Ave. 

Fairmont, W. Va. 

PHONE 3199 


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JOHNNY'S 
SPORT SHOP 

Complete Line 

of 

Hunting and Fishing Supplies 

Locust Avenue Extension 

FAIRMONT, W. VA. 
Phone 363-2820 

196 


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Royal Crown COLA 



A MAN CAN GROW 



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WITH OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY 



Ours is a growing company — and we can 
grow together in fields where a man has 
ample opportunity and room to carve out a 
satisfying fife-time career. 

We offer you stability that is inherent in 
the business of manufacturing and distrib- 
uting a variety of goods, continually being 
broadened by the development of new 
products reaching new markets. 

You can enjoy the advantages that come 
from association with a company which is 
outstanding in reputation and prestige in 
its field. 

You can benefit from a training program 
that has proved its worth to a large number 
of young men during the past several years 
as we have expanded our operations. 

You can have the security to be found in 
an organization where men stay and grow 



with a growing company, where there are 
liberal life and health insurance plans, and 
solidly established retirement plans. 



OWENS-ILLINOIS GLASS COMPANY LINES INCLUDE: 

Duraglas bottles and jars • Closures 

Plastic containers • Plastic fitments 

Corrugated paper shipping boxes 

Multiwall bags • Kraft paper for boxes 

Glass television bulbs • Glass tubing 

Glass rod • Electrical insulators 

Laboratory glass • Vials • Ampuls 

Libbey Safedge tumblers and stemware 

Glass block • Hardwood panels and doors 



We are interested in qualified young men 
with either technical or non-technical back- 
grounds for training in sales, production 
management or general engineering. We 
invite those interested to write directly to: 



MAKERS OF Q PRODUCTS 



Director, Selection of Specialized Personnel 

Owens-Illinois 



GENERAL OFFICES -TOLEDO 1, OHIO 



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JOANNE M. LEBO 



Accomplishment, gracefulness, and happiness seem all to be found only in the art 
of giving. Since true appreciation is an adult way of thinking, few of us realize the 
educational value of guidance associations until we are college men and women with 
adult needs and adult responsibilities. 

Although many satisfying instructor-student associations are built and maintained 
during our four years of collegiate endeavor, many of us experience a sense of su- 
preme inspiration through those instructors who are our directors of learning and 
our mutual participants in continuing projects for the social and academic improve- 
ment and prestige for which Fairmont State College is noted. 

We feel that the recent intense and highly successful program for the physical and 
cultural improvement is unprecedented in this school's history. Much of our success 
in communicating and preserving its purpose, events, and credits must be accredited 
to the tactful guidance and generous personality of our former advisor, Mrs. Joanne 
Lebo. A young woman of exceptional ability for clear instruction, variety in writing 
technique, and thoroughness and enthusiasm for every journalistic and cultural proj- 
ect, Mrs. Lebo is remembered and admired by the Staff of the 1961 Mound for her 
accomplishment as a most successful teacher and friend, her gracefulness as a person 
and public representative of our school, and for the optimistic personality which has 
contributed so much to the happiness of her students — for her mastery of the art of 
giving. 




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SEATED: Lois Muto, Pat Griffin. Helen Logsdon, Rachel Whoolery, Carolyn Conrad, Mary Joan Howes. STANDING: Kathy 
O'Connor, Pete Albero, Gus Palumbo, William Mitchell, George Lomas, Charles Vincent, Dick Clelland, Frank Berarducci; Dorothy 
Meisel, Advisor. 



We, the members of the 1961 MOUND Staff, have worked earnestly, hoping to 
create a memorable record to help you re-live the challenges, accomplishments, and 
friendships acquired during the 1960-1961 school year. This would not be possible 
if it were not for the help of all those who are a part of Fairmont State. We sincerely 
hope our efforts were worthwhile. 

We would like, especially, to thank the following persons for their generous con- 
tributions to the 1961 MOUND: Suzanne Thralls, Mr. Fred Schroeder, Mrs. Joanne 
Lebo, Mrs. Dorothy Meisel, Dean Turley, Al Ludwick, and our advertisers. 



The Mound Staff 



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